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worn out

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worn out adjective (USED)

Something that is worn out can no longer be used because it is so old or because it has been damaged by continued use: My jeans are almost worn out, I've worn them so much. [before noun] worn-out clothes/carpet/equipment

worn out adjective (TIRED)

extremely tired: I've been working all night and I'm worn out.
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