1 adj Someone who is ragged looks untidy and is wearing clothes that are old and torn.
The five survivors eventually reached safety, ragged, half-starved and exhausted.
raggedly adv ADV -ed
...raggedly dressed children.
2 adj Ragged clothes are old and torn.
3 adj You can say that something is ragged when it is untidy or uneven.
O'Brien formed the men into a ragged line.
raggedly adv ADV after v, ADV -ed
Some people tried to sing, but their voices soon died raggedly away.
Traducción diccionario Collins Inglés Cobuild
1 contemptible, down at heel, frayed, in holes, in rags, in tatters, mean, poor, rent, scraggy, shabby, shaggy, tattered, tatty, threadbare, torn, unkempt, worn-out
2 crude, jagged, notched, poor, rough, rugged, serrated, uneven, unfinished
3 broken, desultory, disorganized, fragmented, irregular, uneven
1 fashionable, smart, well-dressed
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