mangy

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mang·y

 (mān′jē)
adj. mang·i·er, mang·i·est
1. Affected with, caused by, or resembling mange.
2. Shabby or squalid: a mangy old coat; mangy tenements.
3. Mean; contemptible.

mang′i·ly adv.
mang′i·ness n.
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mangy

(ˈmeɪndʒɪ) or

mangey

adj, -gier or -giest
1. (Veterinary Science) having or caused by mange: a mangy dog.
2. scruffy or shabby: a mangy carpet.
3. informal Irish stingy or miserly: a mangy reward.
ˈmangily adv
ˈmanginess n
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man•gy

(ˈmeɪn dʒi)

adj. -gi•er, -gi•est.
1. having, caused by, or like mange.
2. squalid; shabby: a mangy little suburb.
[1520–30]
man′gi•ly, adv.
man′gi•ness, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.mangy - having many worn or threadbare spots in the napmangy - having many worn or threadbare spots in the nap; "a mangy carpet"; "a mangy old fur coat"
worn - affected by wear; damaged by long use; "worn threads on the screw"; "a worn suit"; "the worn pockets on the jacket"
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mangy

adjective scruffy, mean, dirty, shabby, seedy, shoddy, squalid, grungy (slang, chiefly U.S.), moth-eaten, scabby (informal), scuzzy (slang, chiefly U.S.), skanky (slang) mangy old dogs
clean, splendid, fine, attractive, superb, tidy, well-dressed, spotless, well-kept, de luxe, well-kempt
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mangy

adjective
Showing signs of wear and tear or neglect:
Informal: tacky.
Slang: ratty.
Idioms: all the worse for wear, gone to pot, past cure.
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Translations

mangy

[ˈmeɪndʒɪ] ADJ (mangier (compar) (mangiest (superl))) → roñoso, sarnoso
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mangy

[ˈmeɪndʒi] adj [dog] → galeux/euse
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mangy

adj (+er) dogräudig; carpetschäbig; hotelschäbig, heruntergekommen
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mangy

[ˈmeɪndʒɪ] adjrognoso/a
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

mangy

a. sarnoso-a, roñoso-a.
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References in periodicals archive ?
BRSP Chief Executive Nadir Gull Bareach, Senior Mangier Nematullah Jan Maryani, Project Coordinator Qahir Agha, Nasruddin Shah, District Education Officer Quetta Mateeb Afridi and a large number of teachers were present on the occasion.
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I was really stoked to get the Mariano Mangier. That was the most technical trick I have ever done.
Ne puis aler, ne puis venir, I cannot walk, nor come about my ne puis lever, ne puis culchier, business, ne puis beivre, ne puis mangier...
Nar fodselen blir en medisinsk begivenhet endres fokuset fra fodekroppens muligheter og potensialer til framtredende mangier. Nyansene i fodselssituasjonen fanges ikke opp og kvinnens stemme blir borte.
There was a grand antipasto buffet, winetasting and degustation, the dishes lifted from the book "La scienza in cucina e l'arte di mangier bene" or "Science in the Kitchen and the Art of Eating Well" by Pellegrino Artusi, revered as the father of modern Italian cooking.
Mangier, V Ory et al., "Expression patterns of RelA and c-mip are associated with different glomerular diseases following anti-VEGF therapy," Kidney International, vol.
YOU can't teach an old dog new tricks, and dogs don't come much mangier than chauvinistic, self-absorbed television newsman, Ron Burgundy.