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mouldy

adjective (BAD) 不好的 UK ( US moldy)     /ˈməʊl.di/ US  /ˈmoʊl-/
[before noun] UK old-fashioned slang of little value; unpleasant 不值錢的;令人厭煩的 All he gave me was a mouldy old 50p. 他只給了我區區50便士。 Of little or less importanceNot of good qualityRubbish and wasteInformal words for bad
not modern or interesting 陳腐的;過時的 The city's museums are filled with mouldy old collections. 這個城市的博物館裡都是過時的舊藏品。 Tedious and uninspiring
Translations of “mouldy”
in Korean 이끼가 낀…
in Arabic مُتَعَفِّن…
in Portuguese mofado…
in Catalan florit…
in Japanese カビだらけの…
in Italian ammuffito…
in Russian заплесневелый…
in Turkish küflü, küflenmiş…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不好的, 不值钱的, 令人厌烦的…
in Polish spleśniały…
(Definition of mouldy adjective (BAD) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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