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Detailübersetzungen für ragged (Englisch) ins Deutsch

ragged:

ragged Adjektiv

  1. ragged (rickety; wonky; ramshackle; wobbly)
    wackelig; schwach; schlapp; zart; baufällig; zerbrechlich; mürbe; wacklig; ruinös; empfindlich; fein; schlecht; matt; empfindsam; hinfällig; dürftig; schlaff; marode; brüchig; gläsern; flau; grundlos; verderblich; gebrechlich; klapprig; vergammelt; schwächlich; kränklich; krakelig; klapperig; brechbar
  2. ragged (unsightly; shabby; poor; )
    armselig; verlottert; elend; schäbig; mittellos; unansehnlich; ärmlich; zerlumpt; armutig; verludert; schlottrig

Übersetzung Matrix für ragged:

ModifierVerwandte ÜbersetzungenWeitere Übersetzungen
armselig miserable; paltry; poor; ragged; shabby; shady; unsightly abominable; few; flimsy; immature; inferior; lean; lousy; meager; meagre; miserable; paltry; poor; poverty stricken; seedy; shabby; terrible; thin; unsightly
armutig miserable; paltry; poor; ragged; shabby; shady; unsightly shabby
baufällig ragged; ramshackle; rickety; wobbly; wonky ruinous
brechbar ragged; ramshackle; rickety; wobbly; wonky delicate; fragile; frail; tender; vulnerable
brüchig ragged; ramshackle; rickety; wobbly; wonky delicate; fragile; frail; ramshackle; rickety; tender; vulnerable; wonky
dürftig ragged; ramshackle; rickety; wobbly; wonky banal; below the belt; coarse; come off badly; few; flimsy; gross; immature; inferior; lean; low; meager; meagre; mean; miserable; nasty; not high; pedestrian; poor; puny; rotten; shabby; skinny; small; thin; to a limited extent; to a small extent; trite; trivial; unmannerly; unsavory; unsavoury; vapid; vile; vulgar; worst
elend miserable; paltry; poor; ragged; shabby; shady; unsightly appalling; awful; catastrophic; complaining; crying shame; crying to heaven; disastrous; disgraceful; fatal; fateful; lamenting; lousy; miserable; moaning; naseaus; outrageous; rank; rotten; shocking; terrible; unfortunate; whining; woeful; wretched
empfindlich ragged; ramshackle; rickety; wobbly; wonky cross-grained; delicate; diplomatic; dire; discreet; easily hurt; flimsy; fragile; frail; frightened of pain; grim; grinding; gruff; grumpy; huffy; lean; miserable; piercing; poor; sensitive; shabby; squeamish about pain; stern; sullen; surly; susceptible; tactful; tender; tender hearted; thin; thin-skinned; touchy; vulnerable; weak
empfindsam ragged; ramshackle; rickety; wobbly; wonky delicate; fragile; frail; susceptible; tender
fein ragged; ramshackle; rickety; wobbly; wonky aesthetic; appealing; blunt; classical; classy; congenial; crude; dainty; decorative; delicate; distinguished; easy going; elegant; endearing; engaging; enjoyable; esthetic; explicit; fair; fine; fragile; frail; frank; glamorous; glamourous; good; graceful; handsome; honest; in good style; in good taste; likable; lovely; nice; open; openly; ornamental; outspoken; overt; personable; petite; plain; pleasant; poor; pretty; rare; rarefied; refined; salutary; sincere; slender; slight; slim; small-boned; smart; snap; sophisticated; square; straight; straightforward; stylish; subtle; sympathetic; tasteful; tastefully; tender; teneous; thin; true; upright; weak; winsome; with class
flau ragged; ramshackle; rickety; wobbly; wonky abject; abstemious; bland; blurred; clumsy; cowardly; craven; cringing; dawdling; delicate; dim; doltish; drab; dragging; drooping; dull; faint; flat; fragile; frail; gawky; grey; hazy; inactive; indolent; inert; languid; lazy; limp; lingering; listless; mat; misty; not very good; owlish; passive; poor; saltless; shuffling; slow; slow of understanding; sluggish; stiff; tardy; tasteless; tender; unclear; undefinable; uneasy; unhandy; unsavory; unsavoury; vague; vulnerable; wooden
gebrechlich ragged; ramshackle; rickety; wobbly; wonky abstemious; clumsy; delicate; doltish; faint; feeble; fragile; frail; gawky; inferior; meager; meagre; not very good; owlish; pale; poor; puny; sick; skinny; stiff; tender; thin; uneasy; unhandy; vulnerable; wan; weak; wooden
gläsern ragged; ramshackle; rickety; wobbly; wonky as clear as plain day-light; as plain as day; bright; clarifying; clear; clear as daylight; clear-cut; cooked; delicate; diaphanous; distinct; done; evident; flagrant; fragile; frail; glass; glass-like; glassiness; glasslike; glassy; glazed; luminous; manifest; obvious; pellucid; rare; rarefied; see-through; tender; teneous; translucent; transparent; vitreous; vulnerable
grundlos ragged; ramshackle; rickety; wobbly; wonky bottomless; dishonest; groundless; poor; rickety; staggering; toddling; tottering; unfair; unfounded; unjust; unreasonable; unsettled; unstable; waddling; without basis; without reason
hinfällig ragged; ramshackle; rickety; wobbly; wonky abstemious; clumsy; delicate; dilapidated; doltish; faint; feeble; flimsy; fragile; frail; gawky; inferior; languishing; lean; lingering; long in the tooth; miserable; not very good; owlish; pale; poor; ramshackle; rickety; ruinous; seedy; shabby; sick; sickly; stiff; tender; thin; uneasy; unhandy; unsightly; vulnerable; wan; weak; wonky; wooden
klapperig ragged; ramshackle; rickety; wobbly; wonky ruinous
klapprig ragged; ramshackle; rickety; wobbly; wonky mentally unstable; wavering
krakelig ragged; ramshackle; rickety; wobbly; wonky
kränklich ragged; ramshackle; rickety; wobbly; wonky abstemious; ailing; clumsy; delicate; doltish; faint; feeble; fragile; frail; gawky; having one's period; in bad health; maladroit; meager; meagre; menstruating; not very good; owlish; pale; poor; puny; sick; sickly; skinny; stiff; tender; thin; uneasy; unhandy; vulnerable; wan; weak; wooden
marode ragged; ramshackle; rickety; wobbly; wonky
matt ragged; ramshackle; rickety; wobbly; wonky bland; dawdling; dim; dragging; drained; drooping; dull; dully; dusted; faded; faint; feeble; flat; frail; frosted; inactive; indolent; inert; languid; languishing; lazy; limp; lingering; listless; lurid; mat; matt; matted; misty; pale; passive; powdered; sallow; shuffling; sick; sickly; slow; slow of understanding; sluggish; tardy; wan; washed out; weak
mittellos miserable; paltry; poor; ragged; shabby; shady; unsightly destitute; down and out; impoverished; penniless
mürbe ragged; ramshackle; rickety; wobbly; wonky brittle; crisp; crumbly; delicate; fragile; frail; ramshackle; rickety; rotten; soft; spongy; succulent; tender; vulnerable; wonky; woolly; wooly
ruinös ragged; ramshackle; rickety; wobbly; wonky
schlaff ragged; ramshackle; rickety; wobbly; wonky abstemious; clumsy; dead; deceased; doltish; dozy; drained; drowsy; dull; effete; faint; feeble; fragile; frail; fuzzy; gawky; helpless; impotent; languid; lifeless; listless; not very good; owlish; pale; passed away; poor; powerless; sick; sleepy; soporific; spiritless; stiff; uneasy; unhandy; wan; washed out; weak; wooden
schlapp ragged; ramshackle; rickety; wobbly; wonky abstemious; clumsy; dawdling; doltish; dragging; drained; drooping; dull; effete; faint; feeble; flabby; fragile; frail; gawky; helpless; impotent; inactive; indolent; inert; languid; lazy; lifeless; limp; lingering; listless; no energy; not very good; owlish; pale; passive; poor; pouchy; powerless; shuffling; sick; slow; slow of understanding; sluggish; stiff; tardy; tasteless; uneasy; unhandy; unsavory; unsavoury; wan; washed out; washed-out; weak; wooden
schlecht ragged; ramshackle; rickety; wobbly; wonky bad; badly; base; come off badly; corrupt; defective; degenerate; depraved; evil-minded; false; inferior; lacking; low; macabre; malicious; mean; minor; miserable; misplaced; naseaus; nasty; nauseous; out of place; perverted; poor; putrefied; rotten; secondary; shady; sick; sickly; sinister; spooky; subordinate; unsound; vicious; villainous; with evil intention; worst; wretched
schlottrig miserable; paltry; poor; ragged; shabby; shady; unsightly baggy; grubby; messy; not tidy; shoddy; slatternly; sloppy; slovenly
schwach ragged; ramshackle; rickety; wobbly; wonky backward; base; delicate; demented; dim; dizy; dull; faint; feeble; feeble-minded; fragile; frail; inferior; languishing; lingering; low; mean; mediocre; mentally retarded; nasty; not bad; not high; not solid; not substantial; not very good; pale; poor; rare; rarefied; shadowy; sick; sickly; simple; stupid; tender; teneous; villainous; vulnerable; wan; weak
schwächlich ragged; ramshackle; rickety; wobbly; wonky abstemious; base; clumsy; delicate; demented; doltish; faint; feeble; feeble-minded; fragile; frail; gawky; mean; mediocre; mentally retarded; nasty; not bad; not very good; owlish; pale; poor; sick; stiff; tender; uneasy; unhandy; villainous; vulnerable; wan; weak; wooden
schäbig miserable; paltry; poor; ragged; shabby; shady; unsightly banal; barren; base; below the belt; bogus; coarse; crude; despicable; faked; false; feigned; fictitious; flimsy; gross; immature; in gutter; inferior; lean; low; mean; miserable; nasty; niggardly; not genuine; not high; poky; poor; rotten; scornful; shabby; sham; stingy; thin; trite; trivial; unfruitful; unmannerly; unsavory; unsavoury; vapid; villainous; vulgar
unansehnlich miserable; paltry; poor; ragged; shabby; shady; unsightly plain; seedy; shabby; unsightly
verderblich ragged; ramshackle; rickety; wobbly; wonky depraved; noxious; perishable; pestiferous; reprobated; wicked
vergammelt ragged; ramshackle; rickety; wobbly; wonky abandoned; corrupt; degenerate; depraved; dirty; disgusting; filthy; gruesome; heinous; loathsome; ownerless; perverted; putrefied; putrid; rancid; repugnant; repulsive; revolting; rotten; ruinous; sickening; sordid; unattended; wicked
verlottert miserable; paltry; poor; ragged; shabby; shady; unsightly abandoned; corrupt; degenerate; depraved; in gutter; miserable; ownerless; perverted; seedy; shabby; unattended; unsightly; wicked
verludert miserable; paltry; poor; ragged; shabby; shady; unsightly seedy; shabby; unsightly
wackelig ragged; ramshackle; rickety; wobbly; wonky changing; drifting; fluctuating; mentally unstable; rickety; staggering; swinging; toddling; tottering; unsettled; unstable; unsteady; waddling; wavering; wobbling; wobbly
wacklig ragged; ramshackle

Verwandte Wörter für "ragged":

  • raggedness, raggeder, raggedest, raggedly

Synonyms for "ragged":


Verwandte Definitionen für "ragged":

  1. having an irregular outline1
    • text set with ragged right margins1
    • herded the class into a ragged line1
  2. worn out from stress or strain1
    • run ragged1
  3. being or dressed in clothes that are worn or torn1
    • clothes as ragged as a scarecrow's1
    • a ragged tramp1

ragged form of rag:

rag [the ~] Nomen

  1. the rag (piece of cloth)
    – a small piece of cloth or paper 1
    die Staubtücher; Staubtuch
  2. the rag
    – a small piece of cloth or paper 1
    Läppchen; der Lumpen; der kleiner Lappen; der Flicken; der Lappen; der Fetzen
  3. the rag (scrap; tatter; dollop; )
    der Lumpen; Läppchen; der Lappen; der Fetzen; der Flicklappen; der Wisch; der Flicken; der Stoffetzen; wertlose Zeug; der Stofflappen
  4. the rag
    – Irregularity along the left or right edge of a set of lines of text on a printed page. Rag complements justification, in which one or both edges of the text form a straight vertical line. 2

Übersetzung Matrix für rag:

NounVerwandte ÜbersetzungenWeitere Übersetzungen
Fetzen daub; dollop; piece of junk; piece of trash; rag; scrap; tatter ceiling-mop; cleaning-rag; cloth; coupon; piece of cloth; polishing-cloth; rags; remains; tail-end; tatters; token; voucher
Flicken daub; dollop; piece of junk; piece of trash; rag; scrap; tatter cleaning-rag; cloth; coupon; piece of cloth; polishing-cloth; remains; sampler; tail-end; token; voucher
Flicklappen daub; dollop; piece of junk; piece of trash; rag; scrap; tatter cleaning-rag; cloth; coupon; piece of cloth; polishing-cloth; remains; tail-end; token; voucher
Lappen daub; dollop; piece of junk; piece of trash; rag; scrap; tatter cleaning-rag; cloth; coupon; coupons; piece of cloth; polishing-cloth; remains; tail-end; token; voucher; vouchers
Lumpen daub; dollop; piece of junk; piece of trash; rag; scrap; tatter cleaning-rag; cloth; coupon; piece of cloth; polishing-cloth; rags; remains; tail-end; tatters; token; voucher
Läppchen daub; dollop; piece of junk; piece of trash; rag; scrap; tatter
Staubtuch piece of cloth; rag duster
Staubtücher piece of cloth; rag
Stoffetzen daub; dollop; piece of junk; piece of trash; rag; scrap; tatter cleaning-rag; cloth; coupon; piece of cloth; polishing-cloth; remains; tail-end; token; voucher
Stofflappen daub; dollop; piece of junk; piece of trash; rag; scrap; tatter cleaning-rag; cloth; coupon; coupons; piece of cloth; polishing-cloth; remains; tail-end; token; voucher; vouchers
Wisch daub; dollop; piece of junk; piece of trash; rag; scrap; tatter crop; cultivated plants; harvest; harvesting; reaping
kleiner Lappen rag
wertlose Zeug daub; dollop; piece of junk; piece of trash; rag; scrap; tatter
- rag week; ragtime; sheet; shred; tabloid; tag; tag end; tatter
VerbVerwandte ÜbersetzungenWeitere Übersetzungen
- bawl out; bedevil; berate; call down; call on the carpet; chide; crucify; dress down; dun; frustrate; jaw; lecture; rebuke; reprimand; reproof; scold; take to task; torment; trounce
Not SpecifiedVerwandte ÜbersetzungenWeitere Übersetzungen
Flatterrand rag
OtherVerwandte ÜbersetzungenWeitere Übersetzungen
- patch

Verwandte Wörter für "rag":


Synonyms for "rag":


Verwandte Definitionen für "rag":

  1. a boisterous practical joke (especially by college students)1
  2. a small piece of cloth or paper1
  3. newspaper with half-size pages1
  4. music with a syncopated melody (usually for the piano)1
  5. a week at British universities during which side-shows and processions of floats are organized to raise money for charities1
  6. break into lumps before sorting1
    • rag ore1
  7. censure severely or angrily1
    • The deputy ragged the Prime Minister1
  8. play in ragtime1
    • rag that old tune1
  9. treat cruelly1
  10. Irregularity along the left or right edge of a set of lines of text on a printed page. Rag complements justification, in which one or both edges of the text form a straight vertical line.2

Wiktionary Übersetzungen für rag:

rag
noun
  1. piece of cloth
  2. mean or tattered attire
verb
  1. To scold or rail at; to rate; to tease; to torment; to banter
rag
noun
  1. Plural 1: einzelnes, oft viereckiges Stück Gewebe, das für unterschiedliche Zwecke gedacht ist
  2. relativ kleines Stück aus Leder oder Stoff
  3. -
  4. österreichisch, ostmitteldeutsch, süddeutsch, meist Plural: Lumpen, Stofffetzen, Stoffabfall
verb
  1. etwas Dummes, Tölpelhaftes tun.
  2. „Unfug verzapfen“ - Dinge nur aus Spaß und Langeweile tun, auch: Streiche spielen.

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
rag Käseblatt canard — Journal d’actualité
rag Lumpen haillon — Lambeau
rag Fetzen; Hader; Lappen; Lumpen lambeaumorceau d’une étoffe déchirer.
rag Tuch lingetissu de fil ou de coton servir à l’usage du corps ou à des emplois domestiques.