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Turkish translation of “lame”

lame

adjective
 
 
/leɪm/
EXCUSE/EXPLANATION A lame excuse or explanation is one that you cannot believe.
inandırıcı olmayan, zayıf, yetersiz
He said he didn't go because it was raining, which is a pretty lame excuse if you ask me.Not good enoughWeakness and vulnerability
INJURED A lame animal or person cannot walk because they have an injured foot or leg.
topal, aksak, bir ayağı/bacağı sakat
a lame horseHandicap and the disabledNot fit and healthyThin or slender (of people)Veterinary medicine
(Definition of lame from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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