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Japanese translation of “good-for-nothing”

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good-for-nothing

noun
 
/ˌɡʊd·fəˈnʌθ·ɪŋ/
a person who is lazy and not helpful or useful
役立たず, 能なし
She told him he was a lazy good-for-nothing and should get a job.
Translations of “good-for-nothing”
in Korean 쓸모 없는 사람…
in Arabic لا خَير فيه…
in Portuguese inútil…
in Catalan inútil…
in Italian buono a nulla…
in Chinese (Traditional) 無用之人, 廢物, 窩囊廢…
in Chinese (Simplified) 无用之人, 废物, 窝囊废…
(Definition of good-for-nothing noun from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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