Definitions and translations for "rogue"

Definition of rogue

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Noun
1. A scoundrel, rascal or unprincipled, deceitful, and unreliable person.
2. A mischievous scamp.
3. A vagrant.
4. Deceitful software pretending to be anti-spyware, but in fact being malicious software itself. rfex
5. An aggressive animal separate from the herd, especially an elephant.
6. A plant that shows some undesirable variation.
7. A character class focusing on stealthy conduct.
Adjective
8. Vicious and solitary.
9. Large, destructive and unpredictable.
10. Deceitful, unprincipled.
11. Mischievous, unpredictable.
Verb
12. To cull; to destroy plants not meeting a required standard. Especially when saving seed, rogue or unwanted plants are removed before pollination.
13. To give the name or designation of rogue to; to decry.
14. To wander; to play the vagabond; to play knavish tricks.
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English - English - rogue

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n. rascal, scoundrel, dishonest person, villain
adj. arrogant, knavish
v. beg, request, plead

English - Spanish - rogue

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s. granuja, canalla, bellaco, bergante, bribón, charrán, golfante, hijoeputa, mal bicho, mala persona, perillán, pillastre, pillo, rufián, trapacero, trapacista, truchimán, truhán, tunante, tuno

English - French - rogue

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n. coquin, filou, crapule, personne malhonnête

English - German - rogue

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n. Gauner

English - Indonesian - rogue

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n. penipu, bangsat, bajingan, anak nakal, pengembara
v. mendaya, mendayakan, menipu, mengembara

English - Italian - rogue

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s. furfante, canaglia, farabutto, mascalzone; truffatore, imbroglione; birbante; bricconcello, birbantello; elefante solitario; (Bot) malerba, erbaccia; (ant) mendicante vagabondo

English - Polish - rogue

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n. szelma, łobuz, ptaszek, oszust, łachudra, figlarz, frant, gałgan, łajdak, łapserdak, ananas, łotr, łotrzyk, drapichrust, huncwot, oczajdusza, podlec, skurczybyk, szubrawiec, szuja, wywłoka, zbereźnik, zgniłek, ziółko, samotnik słoń {zool.}, nędznica, nędznik, niecnota

English - Portuguese - rogue

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s. patife, vagabundo

English - Romanian - rogue

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n. pungaş, potlogar, coţcar, ştrengar, afurisit, năzdrăvan, tâlhar, escroc, vagabond, derbedeu, buruiană, poznaş {fam.}

English - Russian - rogue

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с. жулик, негодяй, мошенник; бродяга, дикое животное

English - Turkish - rogue

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i. düzenbaz, dolandırıcı, yaramaz, serseri, ipsiz sapsız tip, çapkın, köftehor, muzip, kerata, sürüden ayrılmış tehlikeli hayvan (fil, bizon vb)

English - Ukrainian - rogue

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n. злодій, пройдисвіт, пустун, лотр, масалига, негіда
v. шахраювати, бурлакувати

French - English - rogue

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adj. arrogant, knavish

English - Dutch - rogue

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zn. schurk, schelm; snaak, guit; alleen rondzwervende olifant, buffel

English - Greek - rogue

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επίθ. άτιμος
ουσ. κατεργάρης, αγύρτης

French - German - rogue

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adj. rass, räss

French - Russian - rogue

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a. высокомерный

French - Turkish - rogue

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büyüklenen, kurumlu, kibirli

English - Arabic - rogue

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‏وغد، المتشرد، الوغد، المختال، عفريت، شاذ، فاسد، ضال، مضر، محتال‏
‏شرير، شقي، متشرد‏

English - Chinese - rogue

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(名) 恶棍, 小淘气, 流氓

English - Chinese - rogue

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(名) 惡棍, 小淘氣, 流氓

English - Hindi - rogue

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n. धूर्त्त, शठ, कपटी मनुष्य, दुष्ट
v. ठगना
a. दुष्ट

English - Japanese - rogue

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(名) ごろつき; 腕白者; 浮浪人; 放れ象; ずるけ馬

English - Korean - rogue

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명. 악당, 부랑자, 망나니

English - Vietnamese - rogue

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n. người đểu giả, người vô lại, người ăn xin, người gian xảo, con voi sống cô độc, người đi lang thang, người tinh ranh
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Synonyms for rogue
scoundrel: rascal, scamp, cheat, outlaw, knave
Verb forms for rogue
Present participle: roguing
Present: rogue (3.person: rogues)
Past: rogued
Future: will rogue
Present conditional: would rogue
Present Perfect: have rogued (3.person: has rogued)
Past Perfect: had rogued
Future Perfect: will have rogued
Past conditional: would have rogued