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tatters

Pronunciation: /ˈtætərz; ˈtætəz/

Translation of tatters in Spanish:

plural noun/nombre plural

  • to be in tatters [clothes] estar* hecho jirones she was dressed in rags and tatters iba harapienta y andrajosa her reputation is in tatters su reputación está destrozada the economy is in tatters la economía está por los suelos

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