Translation of knackered in Spanish:


hecho polvo, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈnækərd/ /ˈnakəd/


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    hecho polvo informal
    reventado informal
    I'm knackered estoy hecho polvo / reventado informal
    • I still had to get up early for work in the morning… which is why I feel absolutely knackered now.
    • By the time I got home I was knackered.
    • Once the euphoria has ebbed away, Torrance will be entitled to feel a bit knackered.
    • The least likely recruit was perhaps Andy, who met us at Central Station looking, frankly, knackered.
    • She was sitting at the foot of the sofa watching TV, obviously knackered, whilst Dom played with his fire engine.
    • A quick note to self - being knackered enough to end up asleep on the sofa all night is not a good thing.
    • Britain is full of knackered working parents who need childcare centres.
    • The problem was that we were knackered by the time Saturday came round.
    • Anybody too knackered to lift a cup of tea to parched lips can have it intravenously.
    • He walks off the pitch looking absolutely knackered.
    • I rowed and rowed and rowed until I was knackered.
    • I had to have a little snooze this afternoon as I was completely knackered.
    • By this time I had added sunstroke and dehydration to being absolutely knackered.
    • Went to bed before midnight last night, fell asleep relatively quickly and woke up this morning feeling as knackered as I have all week.
    • Work and looking after our son leaves me knackered.
    • Felt bloody awful when I finished - too knackered to feel properly pleased!
    • By now the previous day had caught up with me and I was pretty knackered, and then there was the drive home.
    • I am supposed to be going dancing but I am knackered, so I will probably stay in and feel sorry for myself instead.
    • I was completely knackered on arrival, suggesting that walking the complete trail from 100 to 1 might be overdoing it somewhat.
    • It took me a while to admit I was knackered.
    • Or maybe the electronic engine control unit is knackered.
    • Well I can ask the same question on my knackered old gas cooker.
    • Funnily enough, 68 years on, that equipment is knackered.
    • Celebrate that space bloke fixing his knackered old shuttle by playing the Solar Games.
    • If one pulls the other way, the whole thing is knackered. "
    • But we all know the embattled financially knackered rail service is again going to walk away from this with no one held accountable.
    • We have been told so often that Scottish football is knackered that we have come to believe it.
    • But fortunately the front lock is very knackered, so didn't actually work on this occasion.
    • In fact it was rigged with what looked suspiciously like 10 year old and totally knackered Oxford gear!
    • You can see it, though, can't you: there's nothing so pathetic and washed up as a really knackered old shoe.
    • She wanted something "reliable, good value and not as embarrassing as my knackered old Nissan Micra".
    • A few days later, I decided out of curiosity to see whether the old vcr is still knackered.