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See the entry forarrugado.
Past participle ofarrugar.


An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (marked with lines)
a. wrinkled
Mi abuelo está arrugado y tiene el pelo gris.My grandfather's wrinkled and has gray hair.
b. lined
Con los años, tengo la cara más arrugada.Over the years, my face has become more lined.
2. (puckered)
a. furrowed
Preocupado, Tomás me miró con el ceño arrugado.Clearly worried, Tomás looked at me with a furrowed brow.
3. (not ironed or not smooth)
a. wrinkled
Regionalism used in the United States
(United States)
Tenía la blusa arrugada, pero no había tiempo para cambiarme.The blouse I was wearing was wrinkled, but there wasn't time to change.
b. creased (United Kingdom)
Sebastián llega todos los días con la camisa arrugada al trabajo. - ¿De veras? Debería planchar la ropa.Sebastian wears a creased shirt to work every day. - Really? He should iron his clothes.
c. crumpled
Tira todas esas hojas de papel arrugadas a la basura.Throw all those crumpled sheets of paper in the garbage.
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[+cara etc] wrinkled; lined; [+papel etc] creased; [+vestido] crumpled; creased up;
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