Translation of crummy in Spanish:

crummy

Pronunciation: /ˈkrʌmi/

adjective/adjetivo (-mier, -miest)

  • [colloquial/familiar] malo, horrible
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    • I've read everything this man has written, with delight: he can't stand crummy design, poor execution, or indifference to the end-user.
    • I began going to the local council gym, but I found it unpleasant and crummy so I gave that up too.
    • After reviewing his notes in his crummy little room, The Bank Robber comes up with a Plan.
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    • When asked what he thought was making him feel crummy, the young doctor drew a blank.
    • When teens are depressed, anxious, insecure, angry, frustrated or just plain feeling crummy inside, they often act out as a way of expressing negative feelings.
    • Clearing the air beats sitting home and feeling crummy.

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