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wrecked

adjective uk   /rekt/ us  

wrecked adjective (THING)

very badly damaged: Just look at what you've done to my coat - it's wrecked.

wrecked adjective (PERSON)

[after verb] slang very drunk: He got completely wrecked last Saturday night. [after verb] informal very tired
Translations of “wrecked”
in Chinese (Traditional) 物件, 遭到嚴重破壞的, 被毀的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 物件, 遭到严重破坏的, 被毁的…
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