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Translation of "rag" - English-Spanish dictionary

rag

noun /rӕɡ/
a piece of old, torn or worn cloth trapo I’ll polish my bike with this old rag.
ragged /ˈrӕɡid/ adjective
dressed in old, worn or torn clothing harapiento, andrajoso a ragged beggar.
torn roto; deshilachado ragged clothes.
rough or uneven; not straight or smooth desigual; accidentado a ragged edge.
raggedly adverb
desigualmente, irregularmente; (vestido) con harapos a raggedly dressed tramp.
raggedness noun
aspecto andrajoso/harapiento; cualidad de irregular, cualidad de accidentado
rags noun plural
old, worn or torn clothes harapos The beggar was dressed in rags.
Translations of “rag”
in Arabic خِرْقة…
in Korean 넝마, 걸레…
in Malaysian kain buruk…
in French guenille…
in Turkish toz bezi…
in Italian straccio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 布, 舊布, 破布…
in Russian тряпка…
in Polish szmata, ścierka…
in Vietnamese giẻ rách…
in Portuguese trapo, farrapo…
in Thai ผ้าขี้ริ้ว…
in German der Lumpen…
in Catalan drap…
in Japanese ぼろ切れ…
in Indonesian kain perca…
in Chinese (Simplified) 布, 旧布, 破布…
(Definition of rag from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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