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Meaning of “leaky” - Learner’s Dictionary

leaky

adjective     /ˈliːki/ informal
Something that is leaky has a hole in it and liquid or gas can get through: a leaky boat/roofMovement of liquids
Translations of “leaky”
in Korean 새는…
in Arabic مَثْقوب…
in Portuguese mal vedado…
in Catalan que perd líquid o gas…
in Japanese (水)漏れする…
in Italian che perde, che fa acqua…
in Chinese (Traditional) 漏的,洩漏的…
in Russian протекающий, дырявый…
in Turkish sızdıran, kaçıran, delik…
in Chinese (Simplified) 漏的,泄漏的…
in Polish przeciekający, cieknący…
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