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See the entry forworn.
Past participle ofwear.


An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (damaged by wear)
a. gastado (furniture, clothes)
A worn tire can be dangerous.Una llanta gastada puede ser peligrosa.
b. desgastado (surface, steps, stone)
We need to remodel the gym because it has leaks and a worn floor.Hay que remodelar el gimnasio porque tiene goteras y el piso desgastado.
c. raído (clothes, carpet, fabric)
People are ashamed of worn clothes, but they should really be ashamed of their tattered ideas instead.La gente se avergüenza de la ropa raída, pero mejor debería avergonzarse por las ideas andrajosas.
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worn [wɔːn]
1 (deteriorated) [+garment, furniture, tyre, component] gastado
worn parts will affect the engine's performance ...a pair of ancient shoes. The heels were worn, and one sole had been replaced ...his cracked boots and worn jeans He was sitting on a worn sofa watching TV you can receive a fine for driving with worn tyres
[+steps, stone, surface] desgastado
the carpet is a bit worn la moqueta está un poco gastada
most of the trek is along worn paths
2 (tired) [+person] rendido; agotado; [+face] cansado
The struggle of the last few days was reflected in his worn face A smile lit up her worn features
he's looking very worn tiene aspecto de muy cansado
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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