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wretch

noun /retʃ/
a miserable, unhappy creature
desgraciado, miserable
The poor wretch!
a name used in annoyance or anger
¡desgraciado!
You wretch!
wretched /ˈretʃid/ adjective very poor or miserable They live in a wretched little house. used in annoyance
maldito
This wretched machine won’t work!
wretchedly adverb
miserablemente
wretchedness noun
miseria
(Definition of wretch from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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