CatalanEdit

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AdjectiveEdit

brusc (feminine brusca, masculine plural bruscs or bruscos, feminine plural brusques)

  1. brusque (rudely abrupt)

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DalmatianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Probably from Vulgar Latin *bruscus, from Latin rūscus or rūscum. Compare Catalan brusc, Italian brusco, French brusque, Spanish brusco.

AdjectiveEdit

brusc

  1. rude
  2. offhanded
  3. brusque

FrenchEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Occitan brusc, from Italian brusco. Doublet of brusque.

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NounEdit

brusc m (plural bruscs)

  1. (dated, vernacular) butcher's broom (and other plants in the genus Ruscus)
  2. (regional) a type of heather used in making brooms
  3. (dated, vernacular) gorse

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OccitanEdit

 
brusc

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Etymology 1Edit

NounEdit

brusc m (plural brusques)

  1. beehive (home of bees)

Etymology 2Edit

From Italian brusco

AdjectiveEdit

brusc m (feminine singular brusca, masculine plural brusques, feminine plural bruscas)

  1. brusque

Etymology 3Edit

NounEdit

brusc m (plural brusques)

  1. A variety of heather



RomanianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from French brusque.

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AdjectiveEdit

brusc m or n (feminine singular bruscă, masculine plural bruști, feminine and neuter plural bruște)

  1. sudden

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