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ragtag

adjective     /ˈræɡ.tæɡ/
untidy and not similar or organized 混雜的;雜亂的;組織散亂的 The village was guarded by a ragtag group of soldiers. 這個村莊由一群雜牌軍士兵把守著。 He arrived with a ragtag collection of friends. 他帶著一些三教九流的朋友來了。 Dirty and untidy
Translations of “ragtag”
in Chinese (Simplified) 混杂的, 杂乱的, 组织散乱的…
(Definition of ragtag from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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