Definition of bit of rough in English:

bit of rough

British informal A male sexual partner whose toughness or lack of sophistication is a source of attraction.
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  • If anyone ever needs proof that he is more than a meat-fisted warrior and rather attractive bit of rough, they should watch this film.
  • So, whilst many gay men like a bit of rough there are obviously many who like a bit of posh.
  • I always knew I'm just a bit of rough while you rebound from the divorce.
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