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Before him my real dad was abusive and made me feel worthless. The Sun (2016)It can make us feel worthless. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Your cruelty and dishonesty made him feel worthless. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The thought of it makes me feel worthless and cheap. The Sun (2013)Otherwise your sense of self is lost and you feel worthless. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Nobody will make me feel worthless again. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It made me feel worthless that he would treat me so badly and purposefully look to cheat. The Sun (2011)It made him feel small and worthless. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He made me feel worthless and ugly. The Sun (2008)Old toys that you consider worthless could make you some money if they are still in good condition. Times, Sunday Times (2010)But no one should be made to feel they are worthless because of a few wrinkles and grey hairs. The Sun (2009)What used to be a finely crafted shoe was now a worthless piece of junk held together by glue and hope. Going For It!: How to Succeed As an Entrepreneur (1986)It made me feel totally worthless. The Sun (2014)I want rid of this worthless junk. Times, Sunday Times (2006)That makes me feel worthless. The Sun (2013)He buys worthless junk from the villagers - and persuades them to tell him their deepest secrets in his back room at midnight. Times, Sunday Times (2007)This makes me feel worthless and I find myself getting envious of couples who talk to each other. Times, Sunday Times (2013) Old promises are worthless and who would he trust in South America? Times, Sunday Times (2013)Little tokens of frozen value, worthless pieces of coin, become sources of identity. Times, Sunday Times (2009)She said there's no point fighting what's happened and that makes me feel worthless. The Sun (2015)Indeed, they are often regarded as lazy and worthless persons who constitute drains on society's resources. Macrosociology: An Introduction to Human Societies (1995)It's because he might express an opinion, and the opinions of all racing drivers are completely worthless. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He's in a flat in an expensive part of town - and wading through a load of worthless old tat. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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British English: worthless /ˈwɜːθlɪs/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is worthless is of no real use or value.
...a worthless piece of rubbish.
- American English: worthless
- Arabic: عَدِيـمُ القِيمَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: sem valor
- Chinese: 无价值的
- Croatian: bezvrijedan
- Czech: bezcenný
- Danish: værdiløs
- Dutch: waardeloos
- European Spanish: sin valor
- Finnish: arvoton
- French: qui ne vaut rien
- German: wertlos
- Greek: τιποτένιος
- Italian: senza valore
- Japanese: 価値のない
- Korean: 가치 없는
- Norwegian: verdiløs
- Polish: bezwartościowy
- European Portuguese: sem valor
- Romanian: fără valoare
- Russian: бесполезный
- Spanish: sin valor
- Swedish: värdelös
- Thai: ที่ไม่มีคุณค่า
- Turkish: değersiz
- Ukrainian: нікчемний
- Vietnamese: không có giá trị
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