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worn–out

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adjective \ˈwȯrn-ˈau̇t\

Simple Definition of worn–out

  • of a thing : too old or damaged from use to be used any longer

  • : very tired

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of worn–out

  1. :  exhausted or used up by or as if by wear

15th Century

First Known Use of worn–out

15th century


WORN–OUT Defined for Kids

worn–out

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adjective \ˈwȯrn-ˈau̇t\

Definition of worn–out for Students

  1. 1 :  useless from long or hard wear <worn-out sneakers>

  2. 2 :  very weary <The long trip left us worn-out.>




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  1. Spanish Central: Translation of worn–out


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