An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (uneven or covered in undergrowth)
a. rough
Por mi ventana podía ver el paisaje agreste y rocoso del Altiplano de los Andes.Through my window I could see the rough and rocky landscape of the Andean Altiplano.
Usa calzado con suela dura. El camino es agreste.Wear shoes with hard soles. The road is rough.
b. rugged
El terreno alrededor de la montaña es agreste y pedregoso.The terrain around the mountain is rugged and rocky.
2. (uncultivated)
a. wild
Estas tierras eran agrestes antes de que llegaran los colonos.This land was wild before the colonists arrived.
3. (country)
a. rural
Escapé a la ciudad y encontré la paz en el paisaje agreste.I escaped the city and found peace in the rural landscape.
4. (coarse)
a. uncouth
Manuel es un hombre agreste de malos modales.Manuel is an uncouth man of poor manners.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (abrupto, rocoso)
a. rough, rugged
2. (basto, rudo)
a. coarse, uncouth
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1 (campestre) rural; country
2 [+paisaje] wild
3 (tosco) rough; uncouth
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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