- adv.粗略地; 大体上; 大致上; 粗暴地;
- 比较级: more roughly;
- 最高级: most roughly;
Red blood cells are roughly the shape of a disk.
Eight kilometres is roughly equivalent to five miles.
roughly hewn timber frames
We had this understanding that courses were roughly the same weight.
He knew roughly what was about to be said.
He was roughly the same age as myself.
Roughly chop the vegetables, and keep back a little to chop finely and serve as a garnish.
Bihar had a population roughly the same as that of England.
All the planets orbit the Sun in roughly the same plane, round its equator.
He tweaked Guy's ear roughly.
The number of warships stationed outside European waters roughly doubled.
A hand roughly pushed him aside.
Even a small wobble will hurt its banks, which have roughly $120 billion in outstanding property loans.
The oil washed ashore on roughly 1,000 miles of coastline.
If you treat your coat so roughly, it will be worn out soon.
He roughly outlined the plot of the opera.
Brooks was roughly awoken from his dream of making a fortune when his partner decamped with $ 100,000.
The crater was two miles across and roughly circular.
Goalposts were roughly chalked out on the playground wall.
Sam put the cat out of the door roughly.
The island is roughly circular in shape.
The two situations are roughly analogous.
The company employs men and women in roughly equal proportions.
He wanted to trace roughly.
He was roughly awaked from his dream of making a fortune when his partner decamped with 100, 000 dollars.
He shoved me roughly aside.
Many of the prisoners were roughly handled; some were killed.
He pushed her roughly out of the door.
The newspaper reports of the discussion only roughly approximated to what was actually said.
The lawyer ascertained that a policeman had indeed delt roughly with foreigners on several occasions.
According to the FBI, crimes like these accounted for roughly twothirds of all household burglaries in the US in 2013.
More than 15% of the workforce are jobless or underemployed — roughly 25 million workers.
This approach has led over time to a fall in smoking with numbers having roughly halved since the 1970s.
A study of employees at health insurance provider Aetna revealed that roughly one quarter of those taking in-office yoga and mindfulness classes reported a 28% reduction in their stress levels and a 20% improvement in sleep quality.
Scientists have devised a way to determine roughly where a person has lived using a strand of hair, a technique that could help track the movements of criminal suspects or unidentified murdervictims.
Among public colleges and universities, the number drops to roughly one in 10.
Stored underground in large salt caves in Louisiana, this stockpile is called the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, and currently contains over 600 million barrels of oil, roughly equivalent to one month's supply.
Of the roughly 40 million books in US libraries, for example, an estimated 32 million are in copyright.
Since 1982 tuitions have been rising at roughly twice the rate of inflation.
At the University of Wisconsin-Madison, the gap has been roughly halved over the last three years
Each individual (个体的) ant hardly weighs anything, but put together they weigh roughly the same as all of mankind.
2015年高考英语安徽卷 阅读理解 阅读D 原文
Guests will have to produce at least 10 watt hours of electricity - roughly 15 minutes of cycling for someone of average fitness.
2016年高考英语浙江卷（10月） 阅读理解 阅读B 原文
News stories are roughly divided into two classes.
2015年高考英语江苏卷 任务型阅读 题设
One man was assigned to operate each section of roughly 10 Jackscrews.
2015年高考英语湖南卷 阅读理解 阅读B 原文
Some people think that the great Chinese scholar confucius, who lived from roughly 551 to 479 B.C.
2016年高考英语全国卷3 语法填空 原文
They reflect a concentrated beam of light onto the town's central square, creating an area of sunlight roughly 600 square meters.
2019年高考英语全国卷3 完形填空 原文
Americans, she finds, buy roughly 20 billion garments a year – about 64 items per person – and no matter how much they give away, this excess leads to waste.
1. (of quantities) imprecise but fairly close to correct;
"lasted approximately an hour"
"in just about a minute"
"he's about 30 years old"
"I've had about all I can stand"
"we meet about once a month"
"some forty people came"
"weighs around a hundred pounds"
"holds 3 gallons, more or less"
"20 or so people were at the party"
2. with roughness or violence (`rough' is an informal variant for `roughly');
"he was pushed roughly aside"
"they treated him rough"
3. with rough motion as over a rough surface;
almost, nearly, about, approximately, around, roughly