Coarse = Adj. Kasar

coarse
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adjective
adjective: coarse; comparative adjective: coarser; superlative adjective: coarsest

1.
rough or loose in texture or grain.

“a coarse woolen cloth”
synonyms: rough, scratchy, prickly, wiry
“coarse blankets”
antonyms: soft
made of large grains or particles.
“dry, coarse sand”
(of grains or particles) large.
(of a person’s features) not elegantly formed or proportioned.
synonyms: large, rough, rough-hewn, heavy; ugly
“his coarse features”
antonyms: delicate
(of food or drink) of inferior quality.
2.
(of a person or their speech) rude, crude, or vulgar.

synonyms: oafish, loutish, boorish, uncouth, rude, impolite, ill-mannered, uncivil; More
vulgar, common, rough, uncultured, crass
“a coarse boy”

Melania Trump’s speech in Berwyn was billed as an attempt to soften her husband’s coarse image with white suburban women

vulgar, crude, rude, off-color, dirty, filthy, smutty, indelicate, improper, unseemly, crass, tasteless, lewd, prurient, blue, farmyard
“a coarse innuendo”
antonyms: sophisticated, refined
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