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haggard

adjective
 
 
/ˈhæɡəd/
Someone who is haggard has a thin face with dark marks around their eyes because they are ill or tired.
çökmüş, gözlerinin altında torbalar oluşmuş, bezgin
Tired and making tired
Translations of “haggard”
in Arabic مُنهَك…
in Korean 초췌한…
in Malaysian lesu dan cengkung…
in French hagard, défait…
in Italian patito, tirato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 憔悴的,形容枯槁的…
in Russian изможденный…
in Polish wymizerowany…
in Vietnamese hốc hác…
in Spanish macilento, ojeroso, demacrado…
in Portuguese abatido, desfigurado…
in Thai ซูบผอม…
in German leidgezeichnet…
in Catalan desmillorat, ullerós…
in Japanese (病気・疲労で)げっそりした, やつれた…
in Indonesian pucat, kurus kering…
in Chinese (Simplified) 憔悴的,形容枯槁的…
(Definition of haggard from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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