English to Arabic Meaning :: tinny

Tinny :
صفيحي
صفيحي, رخيص, شبيه بالصفيحمعدن رخيص - صفيحيمعلبالتعليبصفيحي
 
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Adjective(1) of or containing tin(2) of very poor quality; flimsy(3) thin and metallic in sound; lacking resonance

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(1) There is an urgent need for us to focus on tagging, vandal damage, and tinny houses.(2) There was a tinny crash as the prisoner threw his metal bowl of slop at the wall, followed by the complaints of the other prisoners.(3) Blueberries lose it completely, developing an actively unpleasant, tinny taste that even mountains of sugar can't mask.(4) Armed with my positive memory, I pushed the play button on my own small, tinny stereo, in the hope that my mood would improve.(5) The rooms were perfect in every detail, with hot and cold running taps in every bedroom, dimmer light-switches and wirelesses that actually seemed to be making a barely decipherable tinny broadcast.(6) The broadcasts always ended with a spookily-cheery valediction of ├ö├ç├┐Good-bye, dear listeners├ö├ç├û and a tinny recording of the Internationale.(7) Dialogue often sounded unnaturally tinny , as though people were speaking from within a metallic tube.(8) The sum of Ôö¼├║50,000 being quoted would have been better spent on giving the town hall a decent set of chimes to replace the present tinny sound of the bells.(9) The sound was tinny and the picture was black and white.(10) By contrast, the 2.0 track is nowhere as good, often sounding flat and tinny .(11) I loved knowing that the music I was playing and the words I was speaking were in people's homes and cars, in the kitchen at restaurants or on tinny boomboxes in freshman dorm rooms.(12) The cheesy dialogue is poorly mixed, often sounding tinny and hushed.(13) Guns firing sound like they're coming from the back of a cave; music sounds tinny , as if you're listening to an AM radio station.(14) In comparison, the original mono track is distorted, indistinct, and terribly tinny , but for preservation's sake, it is nice to see it included here.(15) Some metals have that cheap, tinny feel to them and this is not one of them.(16) It is completely overmodulated, distorted, tinny , and terribly noisy.
Synonyms
Adjective
1. jangly ::
jangly
5. thin ::
نحيف ضعيف
6. metallic ::
معدني
Different Forms
tinned, tinning, tinny
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