ramshackle Meaning, definition in Cambridge English Dictionary
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uk   us   /ˈræmˌʃæk.l̩/
disapproving badly or untidily made and likely to break or fall down easily: There's a ramshackle old shed at the bottom of the garden badly organized: We need to reorganize this ramshackle system.
Translations of “ramshackle”
in Vietnamese siêu vẹo…
in Spanish desvencijado, destartalado…
in Thai คลอนแคลน…
in Malaysian teruk…
in French délabré…
in German baufällig…
in Chinese (Traditional) 搖搖欲墜的, 東倒西歪的, 要散架的…
in Indonesian bobrok…
in Russian ветхий, полуразвалившийся…
in Turkish köhne, harap, külüstür…
in Chinese (Simplified) 摇摇欲坠的, 东倒西歪的, 要散架的…
in Polish walący się…
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