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scraggy

adjective uk   us   /ˈskræɡ.i/ disapproving
very thin, especially so that the bones stick out: He was wearing a high-necked pullover to hide his scraggy neck.
Translations of “scraggy”
in Vietnamese gầy giơ xương…
in Spanish flacucho, enjuto…
in Thai ผอมแห้ง…
in Malaysian kurus kering…
in French décharné…
in German dürr…
in Chinese (Traditional) 非常瘦的, (尤指)皮包骨頭的…
in Indonesian kurus kering…
in Chinese (Simplified) 非常瘦的, (尤指)皮包骨头的…
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