Word Of The Day | Brusque | English Language | Daily Vocab

Word Of The Day | Brusque | English Language | Daily Vocab



abrupt or offhand in speech or manner & marked by rude or peremptory shortness.

Origin: in older use also brusk, “abrupt in manner, rude,” 1650s, from French brusque “lively, fierce,” from Italian adjective brusco “sharp, tart, rough,” perhaps from Vulgar Latin *bruscum “butcher’s broom plant,” from Late Latin brucus “heather,” from Gaulish *bruko- (compare Breton brug “heath,” Old Irish froech). Related: Brusquely; brusqueness.

Synonyms: curt(अशिष्टतापूर्ण), abrupt(विषम), blunt(मुंहफट स्पष्टवादी), terse(संक्षिप्त)

Antonyms: well mannered(अच्छी तरह से व्यवहार), civil(सभ्य), courteous(विनम्र), deferential(आदरसूचक)

Trick: Mall mai shopping k time pr salesgirl ka bat karne ka tarika baut brusque tha.

Word Uses:
1. In one particularly brusque moment in “Jawline,” he looks at Tester’s social media page and declares he wouldn’t touch him because of his low stats. जॉलाइन” में एक विशेष रूप से क्रूर क्षण में, वह टेस्टर के सोशल मीडिया पेज को देखता है और घोषणा करता है कि वह अपने कम आँकड़ों के कारण उसे स्पर्श नहीं करेगा।

Los Angeles Times Aug 23, 2019

2. The normally brusque Vermont senator posed for photos with a line of his supporters in New Hampshire on Monday. सामान्य रूप से अशिष्ट वर्मोंट सीनेटर ने सोमवार को न्यू हैम्पशायर में अपने समर्थकों की एक पंक्ति के साथ तस्वीरें खिंचवाईं।

Los Angeles Times Aug 27, 2019

3. Some people I talked to were nice, but others were vague and brusque, even rude. जिन लोगों से मैंने बात की, वे अच्छे थे, लेकिन अन्य लोग अस्पष्ट और क्रूर थे, यहाँ तक कि असभ्य भी।

Seattle Times Apr 12, 2019


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