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1      (Mec)   broken down, faulty  
los faros están averiados      the lights have failed, there's something wrong with the lights  
"Averiado"      Out of order  
2    [fruto etc]   damaged, spoiled
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
"Averiado" exp.
Out of order

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
it must have broken down
it must be out of order
the lights have failed
there's something wrong with the lights
'averiado' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
estar averiado
estar averiado
los ascensores no funcionan {or} están averiados
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"averiado": examples and translations in context
No tendría que improvisar si usted no hubiese averiado el transformador. I wouldn't need to improvise if you hadn't damaged our diverter.
Su avión estaba gravemente averiado, y sus instrumentos le fallaron. His plane was badly damaged, and his instruments failed him.
Piense en el gobierno como un carrusel averiado. Think of the government as a broken down carousel.
El coche de los Casillases se ha averiado, así que llegarán tarde a la sinfonía. (Imitates Ricardo Montalban) The Casillases' car has broken down, so they will be late for the symphony.
Yo iba en él, pero se ha averiado. I was flying in it, but it broke down.
Valentine y a las pequeñas, porque tenían el autocar averiado. Valentine and the kids, because their coach broke down.
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