Translation of fusty in Spanish:
- 1.1 [room] que huele a cerrado; [old clothes] que huele a húmedoExample sentences1.2 (old-fashioned) [ideas/views] desfasado, trasnochado
- I also parted with a large sum of money and came away with a 7 tightly wrapped bags containing a week's supply of something that smells old, fusty and a bit mouldering.
- The ancient chairs and the stage area give out a fusty smell.
- Yes, they may be a little fusty and they may smell of beer, but at least that won't give you cancer.
- There's nothing musty or fusty about a passion for old, rare, or out-of-print books, Janette insists.
- A growing number of abolitionists say it intimidates newcomers to court, gives self-importance to those who officiate there and makes the justice system look fusty, out of touch and just a little ridiculous.
- Those vulnerable to infection perhaps need to understand that this is not just fusty old adults trying to stop their fun.
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