Translation of clapped-out in Spanish:
adjective predicative clapped out
- (British English) [colloquial] (machine)a clapped-out car
destartalado [colloquial]un cacharro [colloquial]to be/feel clapped out
una tartana (Spain) [colloquial]
una carcacha (Chile) (Mexico) [colloquial]estar reventado or hecho polvo [colloquial]Example sentences
- These same emissions zones will also catch clapped-out old bangers and poorly-maintained lorries and vans.
- A group of Bradford friends are planning an ambitious 3,222 mile charity crusade around the UK - in a set of four clapped-out old Ford Fiestas.
- Wednesday night's executive committee decided that the current civic vehicle, a 1988 Vauxhall Carlton, was old and clapped-out.
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