|jagged, serrated, rough and jagged||hackly|
|(about a voice or sound) heavy and deep, produced low in the throat, deep or rough in tone, husky-sounding||throaty|
|(about paper) having rough edges, having a feathered edge like that of handmade paper||deckled|
|(Computers) correction of jagged appearances in graphic objects by filling in the jagged areas with intermediate colors (like antialiasing)||oversampling|
|(Computers) process through which curved lines appear to have a jagged edge due to low-end graphics capabilities; creation of a false frequency when sampling audio data (caused by a low sampling rate)||aliasing|
|(in Computer Graphics) pictures received in an unclear form and that have jagged edges (in low-resolution computers)||jaggies|
|(Slang) rough or temporary house; (Australia) Aboriginal small and roughly built hut the bush, humped; full of humps; covered with humps; hump-like||humpy|
|1930s dance, catch fly balls, chase away, dance the shag, have sexual intercourse (British Slang); cause wear and tear, layered haircut, long pile on textile, long-piled carpet, make rough, matted tangle of hair, provide with shaft, retrieve, rough and...||shag|
|a trademark for a four-wheel-drive vehicle suitable for rough terrain||Jeep|
|abuse, cruel treatment, rough treatment||maltreatment|
|act of indenting, blank space left between a margin and the beginning of a printed or written line; act of indenting a document; groove; deep recess, niche; dent, notch, jagged edge, leaving space at beginning of line, notch or recess||indentation|
|act of punishing, discipline, penalty; fine, financial penalty, penalty for doing something wrong, rough use||punishment|
|act of shuffling cards; part of a stream with a strong swift current, rapid, become choppy, flick through pages, grooved part of sluice, quick look at book, rough water, shuffle cards, shuffle cards; leaf through, thumb through; turn pages quickly, sub...||riffle|
|act of smoothing, act of smoothing; part or place that is free from irregularities and roughness, even out roughness, frictionless, hairless, insincerely convincing, lessen bad feelings, level, not rough, flat; free from obstacles, unhindered; calm, se...||smooth|
|approach; estimate, guess, conjecture, estimation, rough calculation, similar thing||approximation|
|Arctic hawk with feather-covered legs, rough-legged buzzard||rough-legged hawk|
|artistic technique which creates textural effects by rubbing crayon or charcoal over paper placed on a rough or textured surface; artwork produced using this technique; act of rubbing against someone or something to obtain sexual stimulation, artwork c...||frottage|
|badly dressed, rough or uneven, tattered||raggedy|
|baseboard, board for scrubbing laundry, muscular, musical instrument, protective feature on a boat, ridged board, rough road||washboard|
|beat and cook eggs, clamber, climb over rough terrain, clamber; struggle for possession; disorderly or chaotic proceeding, compete frantically, confused mass, dash or struggle, encode transmitted signals, hard climb, hurry, jumble things together, laun...||scramble|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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