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tatty

adjective
 
/ˈtæti/ UK informal
untidy and in bad condition: He turned up wearing a pair of tatty old jeans.In bad condition
Translations of “tatty”
in Vietnamese tồi tàn, rách rưới…
in Spanish raído, desaseado…
in Thai มอซอ…
in Malaysian lusuh…
in French miteux, fatigué…
in German lumpig…
in Chinese (Traditional) 破舊的,破爛的…
in Indonesian buruk…
in Russian потрепанный…
in Turkish düzensiz, eski püskü, kötü durumda…
in Chinese (Simplified) 破旧的,破烂的…
in Polish wyświechtany, sfatygowany…
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