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dregs

noun plural /dreɡz/
the solid matter which is left at the bottom of a container when the liquid is all used up
heces, poso
the dregs of the wine.
anything worthless
escoria
the dregs of society.
Translations of “dregs”
in French lie, rebut…
in German der Bodensatz, der Abschaum…
in Chinese (Traditional) (沈在酒、咖啡等液體中的)殘渣,渣滓…
in Russian осадок…
in Turkish tortu, birikinti, posa…
in Chinese (Simplified) (沉在酒、咖啡等液体中的)残渣,渣滓…
in Polish fusy…
(Definition of dregs from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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