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  • obscène — [ ɔpsɛn ] adj. • 1534; lat. obscenus « de mauvais augure » ♦ Qui blesse la délicatesse par des représentations ou des manifestations grossières de la sexualité. « Les livres les plus monstrueusement obscènes » (Hugo). ⇒ licencieux, pornographique …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • obscen — OBSCÉN, Ă, obsceni, e, adj. (Despre gesturi, cuvinte, atitudini etc.) Neruşinat, trivial, indecent; vulgar, pornografic. – Din fr. obscène, lat. obscenus. Trimis de ana zecheru, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DEX 98  OBSCÉN adj. 1. deşănţat, imoral, impudic …   Dicționar Român

  • obsceno — (Del lat. obscenus.) ► adjetivo Que presenta de manera directa lo que puede ser ofensivo al pudor o a la moral establecida, en especial lo relacionado con el sexo: ■ dibujos obscenos; poeta obsceno; obscena representación. SINÓNIMO lascivo procaz …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • obszön — schweinisch (umgangssprachlich); vulgär; schlüpfrig; unzüchtig; derb; frivol; unter der Gürtellinie (umgangssprachlich); anstößig; schmierig; schmutzig; geschmacklos * * …   Universal-Lexikon

  • obscene — ob·scene /äb sēn/ adj [Middle French, from Latin obscenus obscaenus indecent, lewd]: extremely or deeply offensive according to contemporary community standards of morality or decency see also roth v. united states in the important cases section… …   Law dictionary

  • obscène — (ob sè n ) adj. Qui blesse ouvertement la pudeur. •   Octave Auguste prit le prétexte du livre innocent de l Art d aimer, livre très décemment écrit et dans lequel il n y a pas un mot obscène, pour envoyer un chevalier romain sur la mer Noire,… …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • Obscene — Ob*scene , a. [L. obscenus, obscaenus, obscoenus, ill looking, filthy, obscene: cf. F. obsc[ e]ne.] [1913 Webster] 1. Offensive to chastity or modesty; expressing or presenting to the mind or view something which delicacy, purity, and decency… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Obscenely — Obscene Ob*scene , a. [L. obscenus, obscaenus, obscoenus, ill looking, filthy, obscene: cf. F. obsc[ e]ne.] [1913 Webster] 1. Offensive to chastity or modesty; expressing or presenting to the mind or view something which delicacy, purity, and… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Obsceneness — Obscene Ob*scene , a. [L. obscenus, obscaenus, obscoenus, ill looking, filthy, obscene: cf. F. obsc[ e]ne.] [1913 Webster] 1. Offensive to chastity or modesty; expressing or presenting to the mind or view something which delicacy, purity, and… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • obscene — adjective Etymology: Middle French, from Latin obscenus, obscaenus Date: 1593 1. disgusting to the senses ; repulsive 2. a. abhorrent to morality or virtue; specifically designed to incite to lust or depravity b. containing or being language… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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