knackered

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Extremely tired or exhausted

I've got this job in a warehouse just now and it finishes quite early but I'm dead knackered at the end of the day so I don't know about going out and like studying every night.

Broken, inoperative

We take an old knackered machine out to China and say, 'Copy that, brand new,' and they do.

Simple past tense and past participle of knacker
{s} exhausted, tired out (Slang)
very tired
Brit equivalent to "worn out"
[Brit slang] tired; exhausted
If you say that you are knackered, you are emphasizing that you are extremely tired. I was absolutely knackered at the end of the match
past of knacker
If you say that something is knackered, you mean that it is completely broken or worn out. My tape player's knackered
knacker
a harness maker
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A 'chav', 'skanger' or 'scobe', i.e. member of a lower social class
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A member of the Travelling Community; gypsies
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One who slaughters and (especially) renders worn-out livestock (especially horses) and sells their flesh, bones and hides
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To tire out, become exhausted

Carrying that giant statue up those stairs knackered me out.

knacker
{n} a maker of knacks, a collarmaker
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A person who disposes of dead or unwanted animals (COD) The person who collects dead and diseased animals from farms in order to salvage any products of value (eg, hides and skins, meat for pet food) and dispose of the remains, usually to a renderer
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[noun]: chiefly British term for a person who buys worn-out or old livestock and slaughters them to sell the meat or hides [Elements of Plot; Theme;]
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{i} seller of horse meat; person who slaughters horses; destroyer of shaky structures; old sick horse
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One who slaughters worn-out horses and sells their flesh for dog's meat
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someone who buys up old horses for slaughter someone who buys old buildings or ships and breaks them up to recover the materials in them
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someone who buys up old horses for slaughter
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One who makes knickknacks, toys, etc
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Offensive name for a member of the Travelling Community; gypsies
knacker
One of two or more pieces of bone or wood held loosely between the fingers, and struck together by moving the hand; -- called also clapper
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[Brit] 1 a buyer of worn-out domestic animals/carcasses for use esp as animal food or fertilizer
knacker
Slang term with same meaning as chav, skanger or scobe
knacker
someone who buys old buildings or ships and breaks them up to recover the materials in them
knacker
One who slaughters worn-out livestock (especially horses) and sells their flesh, bones and hides
knacker
One of two or more pieces of bone or wood held loosely between the fingers, and struck together by moving the hand; called also clapper
knacker
A knacker is someone who buys up old horses and then kills them for their meat, bones, or leather. Her horse was a show jumper whom the family rescued from the knacker's yard
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One who dismantles old ships, houses etc. and sells their components
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