worn out Meaning in Cambridge American English Dictionary
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worn outadjective

(also worn-out)  us   /ˈwɔrn ˈaʊt, woʊrn/

worn out adjective (NOT USABLE)

no longer usable because of too much use: The city is looking for a place to dump its worn-out equipment.

worn out adjective (EXTREMELY TIRED)

extremely tired: They were worn out after their long walk.
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