1. worn out
She comes home every evening, worn out after a busy day at the office.
I've been running for one hour and now I'm completely worn out.
My jeans are almost worn out because I've worn them so much.
These shoes are worn out.
You look worn out.
You look worn out. Get some rest.
My jeans are almost worn out because I've worn them so much. worn-out clothes/carpet/equipment
I've been working all night and I'm worn out.
Let's do it tomorrow - I'm worn out. I got rid of those worn out boots.
I've been running for one hour and now I'm completely worn out. / You look worn out. Get some rest / After the train journey to Warsaw and back I was completely worn out. / I love my shoes, although they are worn-out.
I’m completely worn out, I just want to sit down.
I think I'm going to be worn out today, the day after tomorrow.
She comes home every evening, worn out after a busy day at the office. / 2. Sometimes he comes home exhausted and worn out.
Angielskie słowo "wykończony" (worn out) występuje w zestawach:ANGIELSKI SPEAK OUT UI 2 UNITvocabulary lesson 1ANIA - 2016.11.12słowka dodatkoweglobal part 1
Exhausted from a day's work, he went to bed much earlier than usual.
Lack of food had left him weak and exhausted.
He slept for only two hours and awoke exhausted.
By the time they reached the summit they were exhausted.
After ten hours at work I am exhausted. I’m waiting for The weekend.
What would you have to do if you were exhausted after having cyclec uphill for an hour?
You’re going to be exhausted with all that windsurfing.
You look exhausted. I think you should slow down a bit and try to relax.
The explorers walked in the jungle all day and were exhausted by the evening.
They've walked a long way today so they'll probably be absolutely exhausted.
The exhausted climbers were rescued by helicopter.
It's been a difficult and long day at work. I am exhausted now and need to lie down.
The exhausted tourists had to stop for a break at a local restaurant.
I'm exhausted! I just want to go home, take a bath, and go to bed.
Angielskie słowo "wykończony" (exhausted) występuje w zestawach:9.2 OXFORD CZŁOWIEK FEELINGS part 1Podróżowanie i turystyka 6.5, 6.6, 6.7Gimnazjum repetytorium macmillan unit 1 człowiekCallan stage 9 lesson 136unit 5 upstream level b1+
His hopes were shattered.
The fall from the ledge shattered his leg.
The vase fell to the floor and shattered.
The glass shattered into pieces.
His head had been shattered by a savage blow from some heavy weapon.
Everything in your stupid country smells like feet and shattered dreams.
The tube was shattered by the explosion.
When I tried to set the glass down in the sink my hand slipped and it shattered to pieces.
Angielskie słowo "wykończony" (shattered) występuje w zestawach:Iwka 29th July 2015 (1 hour)Weather, Take, Feelingsangielski słówka 6rozdział 5 feelingsKurs B2 (5-6)
We were completely knackered from the five-hour trip.
After twelve hours of work, I'm knackered.
My bike's knackered.
I just finished my daily training and I'm absolutely knackered.
I went to a party last night and now I'm knackered!
That is, total exhaustion. Body and soul completely knackered.
Angielskie słowo "wykończony" (knackered) występuje w zestawach:Wordlist 1 Rights and responsibilitiesrevision of vocabulary C1Kartkówka z AngielskiegoColloquial expression1Broadchurch e01s02
The streets were decorated with flags.
She decorated her room with roses.
The church is decorated with flowers for the wedding.
We decorated the Christmas tree with lights.
She decorated the wall with pictures.
The son of Heaven, when sacrificing, wore the cap decorated with twelve pendants of jade beads hanging down before and behind, and the robe embroidered with dragons.
She decorated her house regardless of cost.
The hall was decorated with Japanese paintings.
All houses in our street are decorated with little orange flags because of the World Cup.
We ourselves decorated the room.
Decorated with blue and yellow strips, the tie was very unfashionable.
I think I prefer this room as it was, before we decorated it.
She decorated her notebook with gum wrappers so the cover was all shiny.
Angielskie słowo "wykończony" (decorated) występuje w zestawach:Dział 2 - Dom
In the automotive industry of the 1970's, Japan beat the U.S. at its own game.
The noonday sun beat down with dazzling brightness on the tennis court.
Parents who beat their children really make my blood boil.
And they shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruninghooks: nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more.
I went down to the sports office to sign up for the last position on the basketball team, but somebody else beat me to it.
When Charlotte saw the other girl running past her, she knew she couldn’t beat her in the race.
This is a dangerous beat. We shouldn't be here. We got lost in this beat, can you tell us how to get back to the centre?
How many times was you beaten sb?
So pack up your men in white and beat it
Which country’ football team beat Holland?
I’m going to bed now – I’m beat.
Domestic violence is a serious problem. Lots of parents regularly beat their children.
There are different methods of beating eggs.
Add the sugar and vanilla to the cream and beat vigorously until the cream thickens.
I was worn out because I had to take care of so many children.
Tom must buy a pair of shoes. His old ones are all worn out.
I'm worn out.
Your hat should not be worn in the classroom.
The school uniform is convenient because it can be worn for both informal and formal occasions.
She has worn the same hat for a month.
When I reached the summit, I was thoroughly worn out.
The effect of the drug had worn off.
Hiroshi is worn out with worry since he lost the only copy of the book he needed for his report.
Three hours of driving has worn me out. Let's pull over at the next rest stop we see.
I arrived home, thoroughly worn out, after getting lost in the mountain paths.
Then they played "ring-a-ring-a-rosy" until they were worn out.
I'm getting pretty worn out driving every morning.
Formal dress must be worn.
a worn patch on the carpet
Angielskie słowo "wykończony" (worn) występuje w zestawach:Przymiotniki - osobowość i charakter