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battered

adjective (HIT)     /ˈbæt.əd/ US  /ˈbæt̬.ɚd/
hurt by being repeatedly hit 打扁了的;打垮了的;敲碎了的 She set up a sanctuary for battered wives. 她為遭受家庭暴力對待的妻子們設立了一個避難所。 Hitting and beatingPunishing by causing pain
damaged, especially by being used a lot 受損的;(尤指)用壞了的 battered furniture/toys 破舊的傢俱/玩具 In bad condition
Translations of “battered”
in Russian потрепанный…
in Turkish harap olmuş, köhne, külüstür…
in Chinese (Simplified) 打, 打扁了的, 打垮了的…
in Polish sponiewierany…
(Definition of battered adjective (HIT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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