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Meaning of “ragged” - Learner’s Dictionary

ragged

adjective     /ˈræɡɪd/
CLOTHES
old and torn: ragged jeansTearing and breaking into pieces
PERSON
wearing clothes that are old and torn: a ragged childDirty and untidy
ROUGH
rough and not smooth: a ragged edge Rough, irregular and uneven
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