Definición de ropy en inglés:

ropy

Saltos de línea: ropey
Pronunciación: /ˈrəʊpi
 
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(also ropey)

adjetivo (ropier, ropiest)

  • 2 (usually ropey) British informal Of poor quality: a portrait by a pretty ropey artist
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    • If you're struggling to get onto the property ladder, the last thing you need is ropey mortgage advice.
    • Much of the acting is pretty ropey, as if the cast think that they are in panto.
    • It's a bit ropey sometimes but we're all very committed and confident, just not very talented.
  • 2.1Slightly ill: I did feel a bit ropey earlier
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    • I had managed to have a shave the night before, but still felt pretty ropey, so I decided to get something to eat.
    • By Wednesday I was feeling ropey.
    • Put it this way: I've had the best New Years Eve out for many a year, and still feel ropey 24 hours later!

Derivativos

ropily

adverbio
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  • Teaching has to try to bridge, however ropily, the gap between those who are confident they have something to pass on and those who are less sure there's anything they need to learn.
  • A ropily muscled black man in jeans and a maroon T-shirt stepped out.
  • He has a marathoner's unnatural leanness, to go with his mobile full lips, big beaky nose, and long, ropily veined hands.

ropiness

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Oh, the agonies of a principal cellist who soars elegantly skywards in a Shostakovich symphony only to have the reviewer point out the ropiness of the cello section!
  • The accent on fighting is perhaps overplayed given the slight ropiness of the fighting system.

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