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  • EN [ ˈrɒtn]
  • US [ ˈrɑːtn]

English definition


  • 1. very bad;

    • "a lousy play"
    • "it's a stinking world"
  • 2. having rotted or disintegrated; usually implies foulness;

    • "dead and rotten in his grave"
  • 3. damaged by decay; hence unsound and useless;

    • "rotten floor boards"
    • "rotted beams"
    • "a decayed foundation"

Example sentences

  • Don't eat rotten apples.

  • The man's morals are rotten to the core.

  • There is a nauseating smell of rotten food.

  • Fruit quickly goes rotten in hot weather.

  • That was a rotten thing to do, you skunk!

  • I'm feeling rotten today.

  • He is a willing horse but he always seems to get the rotten jobs.

  • The system is rotten to the core.

  • The rotten fish turned my stomach.

  • The book was pretty rotten.

  • Scoop out the rotten part of the pear.

  • The smell of the rotten meat was enough!

  • Rotten eggs give off a bad smell.

  • The pear is rotten to the core.

  • She's a rotten cook.

  • The chopping board is rotten.

  • He is poisoned by eating rotten meat.

  • Those rotten eggs have stunk the place.

  • the putrid smell of rotten meat

  • the smell of rotten vegetables

  • Police corruption is not just a few rotten apples.

  • He hammered it into me that I had not suddenly become a rotten goalkeeper.

  • She was a rotten coward.

  • Keep your rotten mouth shut.

  • Suddenly, Sarah felt rotten about the whole thing.

  • You rotten swine! How dare you?

  • I personally think it's a rotten idea.

  • It's a rotten play, so they can stick it.

  • The smell outside this building is overwhelming — like rotten eggs.

  • I had glandular fever and spent that year feeling rotten.

Meaning of rotten

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