Translation of scruffy in Spanish:
adjective -fier, -fiest
- [colloquial] I'm too scruffy to go in thereyour handwriting is getting very scruffyno puedo entrar ahí en esta(s) facha(s) or con esta facha or con esta(s) pinta(s) [colloquial]a scruffy-looking buildingtienes la letra cada vez peorun edificio de aspecto destartaladoExample sentences
- He was looking down, he was scruffy, he had dirty jeans and he was not on this planet.
- He's dressed in scruffy jeans and a faded biker jacket, talking in quiet, understated tones.
- If the jeans were baggy and scruffy, the whole outfit would be unbalanced.
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