down-at-heel translation | English-Spanish dictionary

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down-at-heel

  
   adj  
[person, appearance]  
desastrado  
[bar, café]  
de mala muerte  
[shoes]  
gastado
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
down-at-heel adj.
gastado

Additional comments:

Collaborative Dictionary     English-Spanish
exp.
ir desharrapado
(IDIOMS)
exp.
de noche se dobla hacia abajo
exp.
mirar abajo hacia algn/algo
exp.
sentarse a la mesa de negociaciones
exp.
¡ven aquí!
exp.
seguir de cerca al dueño
exp.
meter a algn en cintura
(IDIOMS)
exp.
sobreponerse a algn
(IDIOMS)
"down-at-heel": examples and translations in context
If you find out he's anything more than a down-at-heel Gloucestershire squire, you can have my services for nothing. Si averiguas que Chelm es algo más que un inglés de clase media colaboro en lo que quieras gratis.
Layton's just a down-at-heels fella scratching a living together. Layton es sólo un tipo de mala muerte arañando para vivir.
Couldn't stay all my life down at heel No puedo quedarme toda mi vida debajo del talón
As for me, I was just a down-at-the-heels sharper... with one bad lung, looking for a stake. Y en cuanto a mí, yo sólo era un fullero acabado... con un solo pulmón buscando sacar tajada.
We're here because Valchek wants us here... because he believes this man and his down-at-the-heels union local... has too much money. Estamos aquí porque Valchek nos quiere aquí... porque cree que este hombre y su sección del sindicato... tienen mucho dinero.
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