Hindi translation of 'ragged'
Ragged clothes are old and torn. If someone is ragged, they are wearing old, torn clothing.गुदड़ियाफटीचरफटे-पुराने (वस्त्र)
Ragged children played in the streets.
You can say that something is ragged when it is uneven or untidy.टेढ़ा-मेढ़ा[टेढ़ी-मेढ़ी]
The men formed a ragged line.
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Example Sentences Including 'ragged'
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More than this, both interpretations became increasingly ragged in the face of concerted criticism.NATO&apos;s Changing Strategic Agenda (1990)
The torn and ragged edges around the inscription had been doubled under and sewn down.1066: and the Hidden History of the Bayeux Tapestry (2004)
Do what you can to keep both zones happy without running yourself ragged.The Sun (2015)
Increasingly ragged and hungry, they've spent the winter running from house to house in search of food and shelter.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Their clothes are ragged and off the shoulder.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
His breathing was still ragged but grew steadier by the moment.THE WOLF AND THE DOVE
For they ran his old club ragged and if there was any justice they would have been at least 3-0 up at half-time.The Sun (2011)
He missed two more birdie chances on holes two and three but it all got a bit ragged after that.The Sun (2014)
He was that little bit ragged round the edges and failed to deliver.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
In the past we have got a bit ragged and lost our way.The Sun (2014)
But it was all a bit ragged.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
He wore a ragged grey beard.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
His breathing is ragged and unsteady and he does not understand where he is or why he is in pain.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Looking after a husband and four sons could leave your wife feeling run ragged unless you all pull your weight around the home.The Sun (2015)
Most are dressed in torn and ragged clothes, and there are certainly no shoes or toys.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
With the greens looking increasingly ragged, it is not a good idea to leave yourself much further from the hole.The Sun (2008)
England became increasingly ragged in the field, and the game yet again was prised away.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
You just know the car has been ragged to bits doing handbrake turns.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
What do you do when life takes you all the way to the ragged edge of reality?Christianity Today (2000)
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British English: ragged ADJECTIVE
Someone who is ragged looks untidy and is wearing clothes that are old and torn.
The five survivors eventually reached safety, ragged, half-starved, and exhausted.
Translation of ragged from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary