rubbishy


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rub·bish·y

 (rŭb′ĭ-shē)
adj.
1. Littered with rubbish.
2. Of no value; worthless.

rubbishy

(ˈrʌbɪʃɪ)
adj
worthless; of poor quality; useless
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.rubbishy - cheap and inferiorrubbishy - cheap and inferior; of no value; "rubbishy newspapers that form almost the sole reading of the majority"; "trashy merchandise"
worthless - lacking in usefulness or value; "a worthless idler"

rubbishy

Translations

rubbishy

[ˈrʌbɪʃɪ] ADJ (esp Brit) [goods] → de pacotilla; [film, novel etc] → que no vale para nada, malísimo

rubbishy

[ˈrʌbɪʃi] adj (British) [film, book, job] → nul(le)

rubbishy

adj (Brit inf) (= worthless) goodsminderwertig, wertlos; magazine, filmmies (inf); (= nonsensical) ideasblödsinnig; rubbishy shoesSchuhe, die nichts taugen; this is rubbishy stuff (article) → das taugt nichts, das ist Mist (inf); (book, theory) → das ist Quatsch (inf)

rubbishy

[ˈrʌbɪʃɪ] adj (Brit) (fam) → scadente, che non vale niente
References in classic literature ?
Tell Thedora that she is a rubbishy, tiresome, gabbling old woman, as well as an inexpressibly foolish one.
But when he saw the French and saw Tikhon and learned that there would certainly be an attack that night, he decided, with the rapidity with which young people change their views, that the general, whom he had greatly respected till then, was a rubbishy German, that Denisov was a hero, the esaul a hero, and Tikhon a hero too, and that it would be shameful for him to leave them at a moment of difficulty.
That's good enough for little rubbishy common things -- specially with gals, cuz THEY go back on you anyway, and blab if they get in a huff -- but there orter be writing 'bout a big thing like this.
If she was too fond of her rubbishy children, she couldn't help it.
I give it up now, for I cannot keep it; but I will not have rubbishy books; so, Archie, please send these two after your cigars.
Dance a hornpipe," cut in Fred, as Jo paused for breath, "and, as they danced, the rubbishy old castle turned to a man-of-war in full sail.
She was a rubbishy little creature, and she knew it.
It was a raw, gloomy day of the early spring; and the grimy sky, the mud of the streets, the rags of the dirty men, harmonised excellently with the eruption of the damp, rubbishy sheets of paper soiled with printers' ink.
They've put a lot of rubbishy locks into this ship, I must say.
Strings of dusty niggers with splay feet arrived and departed; a stream of manu- factured goods, rubbishy cottons, beads, and brass-wire set into the depths of darkness, and in return came a precious trickle of ivory.
A couple of wafer-thin gripes: wine from the bar was served in rubbishy little glasses that were impossible to get a Diner-shaped nose into.