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The meaning of Brutes

bruːt

Brutes – definition

noun

A savagely violent person or animal.

Usage examples:

He was a cold-blooded brute
noun

An animal as opposed to a human being.

Usage examples:

We, unlike dumb brutes, can reflect upon our impulses
adjective

Characterized by an absence of reasoning or intelligence.

Usage examples:

A brute struggle for social superiority
noun

A person who is offensive and rude, and often violent

Usage examples:

Historians have portrayed him as a brute who won only because of superior troop strength., they had…
noun

A rough and sometimes violent man

Usage examples:

[ as form of address ] take your hands off me, you brute!
noun

An animal, especially a large one

Usage examples:

Your dog's an ugly brute, isn't it?, the oldest elephant was lame, poor brute.
adjective

Great physical force or strength

Usage examples:

In the end she used brute force to push him out.

Brutes translation into English

Brutes: translate from English into Chinese

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畜生, 兽性

Brutes: translate from English into Dutch

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Bruten, Beest, Beul, Redeloos dier, Ondier

Brutes: translate from English into French

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Brutes, Brute, Bête, Brutal

Brutes: translate from English into German

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Bestien, Rohling, Tier, Vieh, Grobian, Unmensch, Untier, Brutaler kerl, Barbar, Wüterich

Brutes: translate from English into Hindi

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जानवर, पशु

Brutes: translate from English into Italian

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Bruti, Cane

Brutes: translate from English into Korean

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짐승

Brutes: translate from English into Russian

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Скоты, Скотина, Животное, Зверь, Жестокий человек, Грубый человек

Brutes: translate from English into Spanish

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Brutos, Bruto, Bestia

Word origin

late Middle English (as an adjective): from Old French brut(e ), from Latin brutus ‘dull, stupid’.

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