mouldy Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

Meaning of “mouldy” in the English Dictionary

"mouldy" in British English

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UK (US moldy) uk   /ˈməʊl.di/  us   /ˈmoʊl-/

mouldy adjective (HAVING MOULD)

covered with ​mould: mouldybread/​cheese

mouldy adjective (BAD)

[before noun] UK old-fashioned , informal of little ​value; ​unpleasant: All he gave me was a mouldy old 50p. informal not ​modern or ​interesting: The city's ​museums are ​filled with mouldy oldcollections.
(Definition of mouldy from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “mouldy”
in Arabic مُتَعَفِّن…
in Korean 이끼가 낀…
in Portuguese mofado…
in Catalan florit…
in Japanese カビだらけの…
in Chinese (Simplified) 发霉的…
in Turkish küflü, küflenmiş…
in Russian заплесневелый…
in Chinese (Traditional) 有的, 發黴的…
in Italian ammuffito…
in Polish spleśniały…
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