exténué, las she looked weary, a weary smile. to be weary of = être las de to weary of = se lasser de he's beginning to weary of sitting still. x war-weary = las de la guerre ; world-weary = las de ce monde
rancune a disabled man with a grudge against society to bear a grudge = garder rancune
I don't bear a grudge. to bear a grudge against sb garder rancune à qn, en vouloir à qn
He appears to have a grudge against certain players.
[person] méchant abject she described the shooting as a wicked attack. a wicked, cruel man = un homme méchant et cruel It was clear that he had done something wicked = il était clair qu'il avait fait quelque chose de mal. [sense of humour] diabolique she had a wicked sense of humour. a wicked grin = me lança un sourire diabolique. [prices] monstrueux the prices are wicked in that shop. [waste] épouvantable it's a wicked waste of resources. (=great, cool) méchamment cool the film was wicked ! He's had this wicked new haircut.