- adj.粗略的; 简陋的; 粗俗的; 天然的
- n.原油; 石油
- 复数: crudes;
- 比较级: cruder;
- 最高级: crudest;
- 副词: crudely;
- 名词: crudeness;
The cottage wears a very crude appearance.
The pipeline supplies Jordan with 15 per cent of its crude oil.
The purpose of oil refinery is to refine crude petroleum.
I've never appreciated his crude sense of humour.
The pipeline carries crude oil direct from the oil field to the harbour.
Primitive man hunted wild animals with crude stone implements.
Gasoline is distilled from crude oil.
Mendoza did much to change crude prize fighting into a sport.
The film gives a crude caricature of African history.
The boy is crude enough to stick his tongue to his own sister.
I condemn such crude manners.
To be crude and careless is an extremely bad style of work.
This is only a crude approximation of the actual conditions in the area.
They refined crude oil into various petroleum products.
Last night a cargo ship collided with a tanker carrying crude oil.
a crude drawing of a face
Efforts to staunch the spill of crude oil from a tanker off the north coast of Scotland are being held up by gale force winds.
Oil majors need not fear being unable to sell their crude.
Nev! Must you be quite so crude?
On the eve of the Revolution, the colonies produced thirty thousand tons of crude iron a year.
A crude oil slick quickly spreads out over water.
A thousand tons of crude oil has spilled into the sea from an oil tanker.
You've got such a crude mouth!
Don't be crude tonight, Bernard, it doesn't become you.
Contrary to popular belief, the oil companies can't control the price of crude.
Standard measurements of blood pressure are an important but crude way of assessing the risk of heart disease or strokes.
It was music of a rather crude kind which unsophisticated audiences enjoyed listening to.
He was critical of the people, disparaging of their crude manners.
This is the virus in very crude simple diagrammatic form.
It wants to expand its storage of crude oil.
Designer sportswear would have to be verified by a standard other than that of pure beauty; the emulation of a designer's life in designer sportswear was a crude version of this relationship.
2 million barrels per day to the crude oil market, contributing to a global over-supply.
It involves the crude mechanics of writing, but in its economy, spontaneity and even vulgarity.
The advent of new technologies has added about 4.2 million barrels per day to the crude oil market, contributing to a global over-supply.
2017年6月六级真题（第一套）阅读 Section B
They found some evidence that some crude measures, like income inequality, correlated with changes in well-being, but economic measures with a more direct impact, like family income and unemployment rates which put families into difficulties, had no relat
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A sacred place of peace, however crude it may be, is a distinctly human need, as opposed to shelter, which is a distinctly animal need.
1. a dark oil consisting mainly of hydrocarbons
1. not carefully or expertly made;
"managed to make a crude splint"
"a crude cabin of logs with bark still on them"
2. conspicuously and tastelessly indecent;
"a crude joke"
"an earthy sense of humor"
"a revoltingly gross expletive"
"a vulgar gesture"
"full of language so vulgar it should have been edited"
3. not refined or processed;
4. belonging to an early stage of technical development; characterized by simplicity and (often) crudeness;
"the crude weapons and rude agricultural implements of early man"
"primitive movies of the 1890s"
"primitive living conditions in the Appalachian mountains"
5. devoid of any qualifications or disguise or adornment;
"the blunt truth"
"the crude facts"
"facing the stark reality of the deadline"
6. not processed or subjected to analysis;
"the raw cost of production"
"only the crude vital statistics"
crude 天然的,粗糙的, 拙劣的, 粗鲁的
rough, coarse, harsh, rude, crude
vulgar, coarse, crude, gross