1. (boorish) 
a. uncouth 
Quisiera que aprendieras buenos modales y dejaras de ser tan patán.I wish you'd learn some good manners and stop being so uncouth.
masculine noun
2. (colloquial) (coarse man) 
a. lout 
La mayoría de los taxistas son personas amables, pero algunos son unos patanes groseros.Most taxi drivers are kind people, but some are rude louts.
3. (pejorative) (uneducated countryman) 
a. yokel (pejorative) 
Contrató a un patán para que le cuidara la casa de campo.He hired a yokel to watch over his farm house.
b. bumpkin (pejorative) 
Qué vas a hacer en ese pueblo, si ahí solo viven patanes.What are you going to do in that town? Only bumpkins live there.
1. (general) 
a. uncivilized, uncouth 
2. (general) 
a. bumpkin 
rustic; yokel; hick (familiar); (EEUU) lout;
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