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de mala muerte  
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down-at-heel adj.

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"down-at-heel": examples and translations in context
Oxford, in fact, is looking more and more like an ancient, down-at-heel uncle. Oxford se ve cada vez más como un viejo tío desaliñado.
While in prison, the real Leon Hamilton met down-at-heel prison guard Vincent Carter... recently divorced, broke, not much of a future to look forward to. Mientras estaba en la cárcel, el verdadero Leon Hamilton conoció al guardia venido a menos Vincent Carter... recientemente divorciado, arruinado, sin mucho futuro por delante.
This can only be interpreted as an expression of total incompetence on the part of the Commission and as a lack of will in a system characterised by a down-at-heel administrative culture. Esto solo se puede interpretar como una expresión de incompetencia total por parte de la Comisión y como falta de voluntad en un sistema caracterizado por una cultura administrativa pobre.
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.
Couldn't stay all my life down at heel No puedo quedarme toda mi vida debajo del talón
Layton's just a down-at-heels fella scratching a living together. Layton es sólo un tipo de mala muerte arañando para vivir.
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