Definition of 'castoff'
Translations for 'castoff'
British English: cast-off ADJECTIVE
Cast-off things, especially clothes, are ones which someone no longer uses because they are old or unfashionable, and which they give to someone else or throw away.
She looked plump and awkward in her cast-off clothing.
Definition of castoff from the Collins English Dictionary
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