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rough

(rŭf),
Not smooth; denoting the irregular, coarsely granular surface of a certain bacterial colony type.
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"It was about taking the rough with the smooth, and fighting the fears, concerns, hurdles and naysayers and getting rewarded for it.
TAKING the rough with the smooth is a not phrase you would normally associate with Audi, but newer models like the Q series SUVs are capable of handling the rough stuff, rough terrain that is, while remaining smooth on the asphalt.
TAKING the rough with the smooth is a not a phrase you would normally associate with Audi, but newer models like the Q series SUVs are capable of handling the rough stuff - rough terrain that is, while remaining smooth on the asphalt.

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