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ragtag

adjective  /ˈræɡˌtæɡ/ us  
consisting of parts or pieces that are in no particular order or system: They put together a ragtag team for a third of the cost of the Yankees and they won it all.
Translations of “ragtag”
in Chinese (Traditional) 混雜的, 雜亂的, 組織散亂的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 混杂的, 杂乱的, 组织散乱的…
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