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Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: worn-out

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verschlissen {adj.} (Textilien, Schuhe etc.) worn-out
ausgetreten (Schuhe) worn-out
ausgelatscht [ugs.] (Schuhe) worn-out
abgewetzt (Kleidung [Jeans, Lederjacke etc.]) worn-out
abgenutzt (Kleidung etc.) worn-out
abgetragen (Kleidung, Schuhe) worn-out
ausgedient (unbrauchbar geworden) worn-out
abgekämpft worn-out
abgetakelt [ugs.] (ausgedient, verschlissen) worn-out
ausgelaugt (erschöpft, müde) worn-out
ausgepowert [ugs.] (erschöpft) worn-out
ermattet (erschöpft) worn-out
verbraucht (verschlissen; auch erschöpft, müde) worn-out
angegriffen (geschwächt, verschlissen) worn-out
ausgemergelt (Pferd etc.) worn-out
mürbe (erschöpft, ausgelaugt) worn-out
schlapp [ugs.] (geschwächt, erschöpft) worn-out
abgearbeitet (erschöpft) worn-out
geschlaucht [ugs.] (erschöpft) worn-out
abgedroschen [ugs., fig.] (veraltet, phrasenhaft) worn-out
mitgenommen (geschwächt, verschlissen) worn-out
todmüde [ugs.] worn-out
(ganz / total / völlig) erschöpft worn-out
usselig [landsch.] (erschöpft) worn-out
zerrüttet (Gesundheit) worn-out
müde (Lächeln) worn-out
abgegriffen [ugs., fig.] (veraltet, phrasenhaft) worn-out
abgegriffen (abgenutzt) worn-out
abgetreten (abgenutzt [Absätze, Teppich etc.]) worn-out
verbraucht (abgedroschen [Idee etc.]) worn-out
müde (abgedroschen [Idee etc.]) worn-out
schlapp [ugs.] (abgedroschen) worn-out
angeschlagen (geschwächt, erschöpft) worn-out
Latschen {pl}Plural (die) [ugs.] worn-out shoes
abgewetzte Jeans {pl}Plural (die) (ugs. {f}) worn-out jeans
abgenutzte Jeans {pl}Plural (die) (ugs. {f}) worn-out jeans
abgetragene Jeans {pl}Plural (die) (ugs. {f}) worn-out jeans
müdes Lächeln {n}Neutrum (das) worn-out smile
abgetragene Schuhe {pl}Plural (die) worn-out shoes
ausgetretene Schuhe {pl}Plural (die) worn-out shoes
ausgelatschte Schuhe {pl}Plural (die) [ugs.] worn-out shoes
verschlissene Schuhe {pl}Plural (die) worn-out shoes
abgetragene Kleidung {f}Femininum (die) worn-out clothes
verschlissene Kleidung {f}Femininum (die) worn-out clothes
abgenutzte Kleidung {f}Femininum (die) worn-out clothes
abgewetzte Lederjacke {f}Femininum (die) worn-out leatherjacket
abgewetzte Lederjacke {f}Femininum (die) worn-out leather jacket
abgetragene Lederjacke {f}Femininum (die) worn-out leather jacket
abgetragene Lederjacke {f}Femininum (die) worn-out leatherjacket
verschlissene Lederjacke {f}Femininum (die) worn-out leatherjacket
verschlissene Lederjacke {f}Femininum (die) worn-out leather jacket
zerrüttete Gesundheit {f}Femininum (die) worn-out health
verbrauchte Idee {f}Femininum (die) worn-out idea


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Shortly, this worn-out murderer descried in the imperfect light one of the carriages of Monseigneur, and, staggering to that gorgeous vehicle, climbed in at the door, and shut himself up to take his rest on its dainty cushions.
he’s muttering—voice like an old worn-out coffee-mill.
After this she had had a vast variety of youths, fathers of families, and old worn-out patients, whom she birched into action.
He dressed in the worn-out clothes bequeathed to him by former patrons, and, except for his coarse black hair and dark skin, he looked in these city garments no more like a real redskin than a stage Negro looks like a real African.
While Mávra Kuzmínichna was running to her room the officer walked about the yard gazing at his worn-out boots with lowered head and a faint smile on his lips.
Despite all Kutúzov’s efforts to avoid that ruinous encounter and to preserve his troops, the massacre of the broken mob of French soldiers by worn-out Russians continued at Krásnoe for three days.
Keimer's printing-house, I found, consisted of an old shatter'd press, and one small, worn-out font of English, which he was then using himself, composing an Elegy on Aquilla Rose, before mentioned, an ingenious young man, of excellent character, much respected in the town, clerk of the Assembly, and a pretty poet.
The worn-out clothes should be given to those servants who have done good work, in order to show them that their services have been appreciated, [100] or they may be applied to some other use.
As I shall not have occasion to refer either to her or her sister again, I may as well mention here, that Georgiana made an advantageous match with a wealthy worn-out man of fashion, and that Eliza actually took the veil, and is at this day superior of the convent where she passed the period of her novitiate, and which she endowed with her fortune.
The worn-out past was sunk in the freshness of what was coming; and in the rapidity of half a moment’s thought, she hoped Mr. Elton would now be talked of no more.


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