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Translation of "shabby" - English-French dictionary

shabby

adjective /ˈʃӕbi/
looking old and worn
usé
shabby curtains shabby clothes.
wearing old or dirty clothes
miteux
a shabby old man He used to be so smart but he looks shabby now.
(of behaviour) unworthy or mean
mesquin
That was a shabby thing to do.
shabbily adverb
pauvrement; mesquinement
shabbiness noun
aspect minable; mesquinerie
(Definition of shabby from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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