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Translation of "shabby" - English-Polish dictionary

shabby

adjective     /ˈʃæbi/
UNTIDY
looking untidy and in bad condition wytarty, odrapany shabby clothes/furnitureIn bad condition
UNFAIR
Shabby behaviour or treatment is bad and unfair. podły Justice and fairness
shabbily adverb
nędznie, podle shabbily dressed shabbily treated
(Definition of shabby from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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