Translation of ordinariez in English:
nombre femenino/feminine noun
- 1.1 (falta de refinamiento) vulgarity; (grosería) rudeness, bad manners (plural); (en la manera de hablar) vulgarity, coarseness 1.2 (dicho poco refinado) vulgar comment; (dicho grosero) rude comment fue una ordinariez decirnos cuánto le había costado telling us how much it had cost him was very vulgar o/or was a very vulgar thing to do ¡qué ordinariez! what a rude/vulgar thing to say!
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