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abject

adjective /ˈӕbdʒekt/
(formal) miserable; wretched
abyecto
abject poverty.
(formal) an abject apology shows that you are ashamed of your behaviour/behavior
Abeyecto
He was forced to make an abject apology for his insensitive remarks.
abjectly adverb
abyectamente
They were living abjectly in wooden shacks.
Translations of “abject”
in French misérable…
in German erbärmlich…
in Chinese (Traditional) 極度的…
in Russian жалкий, презренный, униженный…
in Turkish ezik, mahcup, pişman…
in Chinese (Simplified) 极度的…
in Polish uniżony…
(Definition of abject from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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