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13:25 May 16, 2001
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
English term or phrase: jadded
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Summary of answers provided
nacínico, desvergonzado, impudente, descarado, audáz, insolente.xxxtrans4u
na¿picado?
Parrot
naagotado / que se aburre
Davorka Grgic


  

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11 mins
agotado / que se aburre


Explanation:
It should spell with one "d".

jad·ed [jáydd ] adjective

1. bored: no longer interested in something, often because of having been overexposed to it

2. tired: exhausted, especially through overwork

jad·ed·ly adverb
jad·ed·ness noun

HTH






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Davorka Grgic
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2 hrs
¿picado?


Explanation:
sólo en el contexto de minería.

Parrot
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23 hrs
cínico, desvergonzado, impudente, descarado, audáz, insolente.


Explanation:
jaded-harto, hartado.

cínico-cynic, cynical, satirical

cinicamente-cynically, brazenly, shamelessly, impudently.

hope this helps.

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