worn out

worn out(
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (falling apart)
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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