Translation of bushed in Spanish:

bushed

Pronunciation: /bʊʃt/

adj

  • [colloquial/familiar] (predicative/predicativo) (exhausted) hecho polvo [colloquial/familiar], agotado
    More example sentences
    • We finally got her to sleep about 7.00 am so we were all fairly bushed.
    • We've been over to see Dad today before doing a bit of shopping, so now we're chilling, totally bushed and ready for a drink!
    • He looks genuinely bushed, and that's a great shame, because he's played some fantastic tennis here.

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