Definición de roughly en inglés:

roughly

Silabificación: rough·ly
Pronunciación: /ˈrəflē
 
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  • 2In a manner lacking refinement and precision: people were crouching over roughly built brick fireplaces
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • It is roughly built but the roof is nevertheless sound enough to keep the interior completely dry.
    • It was rectangular and about the length of my hand, and was wrapped roughly in brown paper, like it had been done in a hurry.
    • The buildings looked mainly to be made of wood and roughly cut stone and many farmyard animals were walking around.
  • 2.1Approximately: this is a walk of roughly 13 miles [sentence adverb]: the narrative is, roughly speaking, contemporary with the earliest of the gospels
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    • That lack of change means that the economy was, roughly speaking, growing at its potential rate.
    • I think all writers, roughly speaking, are in the education business.
    • In Bordeaux, however, the jeroboam is five litres - roughly equal to six bottles or a half case.
    Sinónimos
    approximately, about, round/around about, around, circa, in the region of, something like, in the order of, or so, or thereabouts, more or less, give or take; nearly, close to, approaching

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