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manky

adjective
 
/ˈmæŋ.ki/ UK informal
describes an object that is unpleasantly dirty, usually because it is old or has been used a lot
(通常因陈旧或使用过多而)肮脏的
a manky tissue
脏纸巾
manky old carpets
肮脏的旧地毯
In bad conditionDirty and untidy
Translations of “manky”
in Chinese (Traditional) (通常因陳舊或使用過多而)骯髒的…
(Definition of manky from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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