Translation of well-worn in Spanish:


muy gastado, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌwɛlˈwɔrn//wɛlˈwɔːn/


  • 1

    (carpet/coat) muy gastado
    • He smoked Gitanes, as evidenced by his nicotine-stained moustache, and carried his well-worn gear in a tattered hemp sack.
    • The crowd was predominantly middle-aged, many of them clutching well-worn copies of the film fest programme.
    • I grabbed my stuff, quickly cramming it into my well-worn and battered backpack, turning around to Rachael.
    • She was wearing a well-worn pair of jeans and a old white T-shirt.
    • She was quite surprised to see me in my well-worn grass hat.
    • He wore a gold sleeper in his left ear, a well-worn, waist-length brown leather jacket, dark blue jeans, a black belt and a gold bracelet.
    • Some use the same glove for years, developing a close bond with the well-worn leather.
    • Most are following well-worn paths, heading for communities where they know they will be offered temporary accommodation or work.
    • A young lady with tan skin and black hair stepped out, wearing a dirty uniform of some kind and well-worn leather boots.
    • Signs posted along the well-worn pathways between stages told a story as clear as any folk artist's lyrics.
    • Old, but not self consciously so, the Horseshoe Bar has a well-worn wooden counter for planking those weary elbows.
    • Two mugs of steaming hot chocolate sat on the mahogany table that was placed between two well-worn leather arm chairs.
    • She muttered to me, shifting against my well-worn leather seating.
  • 2

    (phrase) muy trillado
    (phrase) muy manido
    (excuse) poco original
    • You'll see this well-worn investment phrase all the time on our discussion boards.
    • These are well-worn themes to be sure, but few have the depth of knowledge or the keen language skills of these men.
    • It's a well-worn cliché that east meets west in Istanbul.
    • Though it won't come easily, well-worn ideas and paradigms will have to be replaced.
    • Now, over 60 years later, that well-worn phrase ‘the good auld days’ is brought to life.
    • If anyone can add a little grit to the well-worn formula, you might reasonably expect she could.
    • To repeat what is now a well-worn phrase, it does in fact take a village to raise a child.
    • But last time we had this now well-worn discussion, my friend suggested that I should pick another team.
    • She often used this well-worn joke to indicate that she was going into the kitchen to put on the kettle.
    • The internal street is a well-worn architectural idea, but here it truly works as a place of social encounter and display.
    • A well-worn metaphor is that of providing the fish or teaching someone to fish.
    • And like most other well-worn stock market phrases, it's a bad one.