Hindi translation of 'rusty'
Word forms: rustier, rustiest
A rusty metal object has a lot of rust on it.जंग लगा[लगी]
...a rusty old van.
If a skill that you have or your knowledge of something is rusty, it is not as good as it used to be, because you have not used it for a long time.पुराना [पुरानी]
Jane's typing skills are rather rusty.
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Example Sentences Including 'rusty'
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For climbing structures, seek out rusty metal poles or sleek stainless steel.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
He was also in good humour, mocking his rusty memory about old lyrics and song arrangements.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
I might have been a little rusty, but practice soon oiled the mechanism back into shape.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
It has grey upper parts and barring below; some females are rusty brown.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Rusty metal staircases are patrolled by prison wardens.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
So he too is reliant on rusty stage skills.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
That van was a rusty old thing but the fridge was something of wonder.The Sun (2012)
The cell was lit by a weak bulb above the door, imprisoned in its own rusty metal cage.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
I think we all showed some good signs but were a little rusty and struggled with our lengths.The Sun (2013)
I've only had three knocks here so far and maybe felt a little rusty.The Sun (2014)
If he takes too much time off, then he could lose out through being a little rusty.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
The first race is always going to be a bit rusty.The Sun (2012)
We went into the game with just one friendly behind us so it was understandable that we were a bit rusty.The Sun (2006)
We were a bit rusty in the first half.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
I hadn't played for five weeks and was bound to be a little rusty.The Sun (2006)
Naturally he was a bit rusty and short of match practice.The Sun (2008)
Rusty old tin sheets are nailed on to the roof or the sides of buildings to give them a slapdash appearance.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Why does metal get rusty?The Sun (2014)
You're better not to stop it because you get a bit rusty.The Sun (2016)
Zoo chiefs threw in the rusty old banger to highlight the menace of pollution to animals in the wild.The Sun (2009)
A new plastic sink and an old, rusty medicine cabinet.Christianity Today (2000)
You may be a little rusty, but past experience and teaching skills won't have been lost.Get the Best out of the Rest of Your Life (1990)
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'rusty' in Other Languages
British English: rusty /ˈrʌstɪ/ ADJECTIVE
A rusty metal object has a lot of rust on it.
...a rusty old van.
- American English: rusty
- Arabic: صَدِئ
- Brazilian Portuguese: enferrujado
- Chinese: 生锈的
- Croatian: zahrđao
- Czech: zrezivělý
- Danish: rusten
- Dutch: roestig
- European Spanish: oxidado
- Finnish: ruosteinen
- French: rouillé
- German: rostig
- Greek: σκουριασμένος
- Italian: arrugginito
- Japanese: さびた
- Korean: 녹슨
- Norwegian: rusten
- Polish: zardzewiały
- European Portuguese: enferrujado
- Romanian: ruginit
- Russian: ржавый
- Spanish: oxidado
- Swedish: rostig
- Thai: ที่เป็นสนิม
- Turkish: paslı
- Ukrainian: іржавий
- Vietnamese: han rỉ
Translation of rusty from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary