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Translation of "burnt-out" - English-Turkish dictionary

burnt-out

adjective     /ˌbɜːntˈaʊt/ ( also burned-out,     /bɜːndˈaʊt/)
OBJECT
A burnt-out car or building has been almost completely destroyed by fire. yanmış bina/araba, yangının mahvettiği araç/bina Burning, burnt and on fire
PERSON informal
tired and without enthusiasm because you have worked too hard bitmiş, tükenmiş, yorgun, halsiz, takati kalmamış a burnt-out teacherLacking interest and enthusiasmUnwilling and reluctantNot showing or feeling emotionsTired and making tired
(Definition of burnt-out from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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