English translation of 'cabossé'
Example Sentences Including 'cabossé'
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L'homme approchait son visage cabossé, un des yeux pendait un peu, ne regardait plus vraiment.Le Monde (1997)
Sur le bidon cabossé, une inscription anglaise Pasteurised frozed Heneggs, net weight 12. 5 Kg.Actuel
Ça m'a ouvert l'esprit ", résume un boxeur professionnel, tout cabossé.Le Monde (2002)
Trends of 'cabossé'
Used Rarely. cabossé is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'cabossé' in Other Languages
British English: battered ADJECTIVE
Something that is battered is old and in poor condition because it has been used a lot.
He drove up in a battered old car.
British English: beaten-up ADJECTIVE
A beaten-up car or other object is old and in bad condition.
Her sandals were old and somewhat beaten-up, but very comfortable.
Translation of cabossé from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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