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"Worn out" is an adjective which is often translated as "desgastado", and "exhausted" is an adjective which is often translated as "exhausto". Learn more about the difference between "worn out" and "exhausted" below.
worn out(
wawrn
 
aut
)
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (useless from overuse)
a. desgastado
Those shoes look worn out. Do you need new ones?Esos zapatos se ven desgastados. ¿Necesitas unos nuevos?
b. gastado
My car is all worn out, but it's so expensive to buy a new one.Mi coche está muy gastado, pero es muy caro comprar uno nuevo.
2. (without energy)
a. agotado
I don't want to go out tonight. I'm worn out.No quiero salir esta noche. Estoy agotada.
b. rendido
Angela is all worn out. We can finally put her to bed.Ángela está rendida. Por fin podemos llevarla a cama.
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exhausted(
ehg
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zas
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dihd
)
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (extremely tired)
a. exhausto
The swimming class left me exhausted.La clase de natación me dejó exhausta.
b. agotado
The kids were so exhausted after the school trip that they fell asleep on the way home.Los niños estaban tan agotados después de la excursión del colegio que se quedaron dormidos camino a casa.
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