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rotten
British English: /ˈrɒt(ə)n/
American English: /ˈrɑtn/

Translation of rotten in French:

adjective

  • 1 (decayed)
    (produce, wood, vegetation)
    (teeth)
    gâté
    (ironwork)
    rongé par la rouille
    (smell)
    de pourri, de pourriture
  • 3
    [informal]
    (bad)
    (weather)
    (food)
    (cook, driver)
    what rotten luck!
    quel manque de bol (informal)!
    to feel rotten
    se sentir patraque
    (informal)
    I feel rotten about it that was a rotten thing to do!
    c'était vraiment un sale coup (informal)!
    a rotten bastard (vulgar)
    un vrai salaud
    (vulgar)

adverb

  • to spoil somebody rotten (informal)
    pourrir quelqu'un
    (informal)

Idioms

to be rotten to the core

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