(a) bit of rough

(a) bit of rough
someone that a person from a higher social class has a sexual relationship with because they consider their lack of education, culture, or politeness attractive
Thesaurus: uneducated peoplesynonym degrees and other academic qualificationshyponym
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a bit of ˈrough f9 idiom
(BrE, slang) a person of a low social class who has a sexual relationship with sb of a higher class
Main entry:bitidiom

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  • a bit of rough — (informal) A person, esp a man, whose unrefined manner is seen as sexually attractive • • • Main Entry: ↑rough …   Useful english dictionary

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  • bit of rough — noun a sexual partner (typically male) of a lower social class …   Wiktionary

  • bit of rough — Noun. A sexual partner below one s normal standards or believed class …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • bit of rough — Brit. informal a male sexual partner whose toughness or lack of sophistication is a source of attraction …   Useful english dictionary

  • a bit of rough — British informal someone that a person from a higher social class has a sexual relationship with because they consider their lack of education, culture, or politeness attractive …   English dictionary

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  • rough — /rʌf / (say ruf) adjective 1. uneven from projections, irregularities, or breaks of surface; not smooth: rough boards; a rough road. 2. (of ground) wild; broken; covered with scrub, boulders, etc. 3. shaggy: a dog with a rough coat. 4. acting… …  

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