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shabby

adjective   /ˈʃæb·i/ ( comparative shabbier, superlative shabbiest)
not tidy and in bad condition viejo, raído shabby clothes
shabbily adverb /ˈʃæb·ɪ·li/
desaliñadamente a shabbily dressed man
(Definition of shabby from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

shabby

adjective /ˈʃӕbi/ ( comparative shabbier, superlative shabbiest)
looking old and worn gastado, raído, desarrapado shabby curtains shabby clothes.
wearing old or dirty clothes mal vestido, pobremente vestido a shabby old man He used to be so smart but he looks shabby now.
(of behaviour/behavior) unworthy or mean mezquino That was a shabby thing to do.
shabbily adverb
en harapos He was very shabbily treated by the company.
shabbiness noun
pobreza the depressing shabbiness of the hotel room.
(Definition of shabby from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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