1. having a surface that is not even or regular
English word "rough"(having a surface that is not even or regular) occurs in sets:vocab pre ib december
Tom had a hideous hangover.
a terrible hangover
I have hangover after last night.
David has a terrible hangover after the party with Olive.
I usually cut loose a bit and drink plenty before a day off work but if my drinks are cut with tochu tea then I get absolutely no hangover.
She slept off her hangover.
I ended up going over the top, drinking too much and having a terrible hangover the next day.
There's nothing better than a good onion soup to drive away the hangover after a night of drinking.
I'have got a bit of a hangover.
I have a huge hangover after that insane party last night
I'm afraid he's going to learn what hangover is. He's drunk too much tonight.
Do not drink so much you'll have a hangover tomorrow
I've got a hangover
I had a terrible hangover the next morning.
People suffer from a hangover the next day if they drink too much.
English word "rough"(hangover) occurs in sets:Feelings party
3. not even or smooth
I don't like sand. It's coarse and rough and irritating and it gets everywhere.
We've been through a rough patch, but I hope it will have made us stronger.
My job search is really going rough. I don't have any connections.
It's a rough excuse, you should come up with something else.
A black crocodile, troubling his rest, grabbed him suddenly by his rough and heavy foot.
Go easy on Bob. You know, he's been going though a rough period recently.
The mountains, too, at a distance appear airy masses and smooth, but seen near at hand, they are rough.
The bout turned out rough and neither boxer was going to win hands down.
So, players were often seriously injured and sometimes even killed in these rough games.
A wall of white stone had been built along the beach because the sea was often rough
Because I know you went into the bush and you were in somewhat rough places.
Her rough black dress had been replaced by one of fine black silk.
I feel a bit rough after last night. I don't want to talk to him because of his rough behaviour. (Nie chcę z nim rozmawiać z powodu jego podłego zachowania.
It was a rough mountain road, full of stones and huge holes. My hands get very rough in the cold.
5. fairly correct
English word "rough"(fairly correct) occurs in sets:academic 1-4
6. not smooth
7. crude vulgar
Jim has been unwell over the weekend.
I feel unwell. I’m not going to work.
He came to school even though he was unwell.
You should to see a doctor if you've been feeling unwell
I was feeling unwell after the ferry trip because of the storm.
She's feeling unwell.
I hear you've been unwell recently.
You look rather unwell
If you feel unwell, you should see a doctor.
Prospects for repair? "Prof. Shubaishen, the leader of the system development team, is presently unwell so we think it will take a while longer ..."
It has happened that people sleeping with the fan on have experienced a freezing of the stomach, as well as a local air pressure stress leading them to feel unwell.
Does somebody feel unwell?
English word "rough"(unwell) occurs in sets:Amongst Friends