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İngilizce - Türkçe

Uyarı, müstehcenlik yok. - Warning, no obscenity.

müstehcen şey
{i} açık saçıklık
{i} k.dili. korkunçluk, korkunç durum
açık saçık
{i} iğrençlik
{i} açık saçık laf
{i} terbiyesiz sözler
İngilizce - İngilizce
An act of obscene behaviour

Bestiality was outlawed as an obscenity in the strongly conservative community.

The qualities that make something obscene; lewdness, indecency, or offensive behaviour

The coalition of religious conservatives was campaigning against, in their view, rampant obscenity in the entertainment industry.

Something that is obscene

Martha wouldn't go into the art museum because, as she put it, They have obscenities just sitting out, on display!.

Specifically, an offensive word; a profanity; a dirty word

Eliza couldn't stand her daughter's music; as she saw it, it was just shouted obscenities and a heavy drum beat.

{n} ribaldry, filthiness
Obscenity is behaviour, art, or language that is sexual and offends or shocks people. He insisted these photographs were not art but obscenity
the trait of behaving in an obscene manner
That quality in words or things which presents what is offensive to chasity or purity of mind; obscene or impure lanquage or acts; moral impurity; lewdness; obsceneness; as, the obscenity of a speech, or a picture
an obscene act the trait of behaving in an obscene manner an offensive or indecent word or phrase
{i} obscene language; curse; crudity
an obscene act
An obscenity is a very offensive word or expression. They shouted obscenities at us and smashed bottles on the floor. Act, utterance, writing, or illustration that is deemed deeply offensive according to contemporary community standards of morality and decency. Though most societies have placed restrictions on the content of literary and graphic works, it was not until relatively modern times that sexuality became a major focus of societal concern. One of the first systematic efforts to suppress books deemed to be immoral or heretical was undertaken by the Roman Catholic church in the 16th century. Modern obscenity laws can be viewed as direct responses to the social and technological changes (e.g., the creation of the printing press and the development of the Internet) that have permitted the wide and easy distribution of sexually explicit materials. The Supreme Court of the United States has ruled that materials are obscene if they appeal predominantly to a prurient interest in sexual conduct, depict or describe sexual conduct in a patently offensive way, and lack serious literary, artistic, political, or scientific value. Material deemed obscene under this definition is not protected in the U.S. by the free-speech guarantee of the 1st Amendment. See also freedom of speech; pornography
an offensive or indecent word or phrase
plural of obscenity