Definition of rubbishy in English:

rubbishy

adjective

British
informal
  • Of poor quality and little value:

    ‘rubbishy reality TV shows’
    • ‘If they published a rubbishy book, I'd tell you.’
    • ‘For years, the argument runs, anonymity has actually been the way to get self-serving or rubbishy stories into a self-serving and increasingly rubbishy media.’
    • ‘More often than not, their current albums are a bit rubbishy.’
    • ‘I remember thinking the plot was sentimental, rubbishy pap.’
    • ‘If the industry wants to churn out tons of rubbishy viral ads, it's not going to be worth their while, because they're just not going to be seen.’
    worthless, valueless, trashy, inferior, unsatisfactory, substandard, second-rate, third-rate, poor-quality, low-quality, low-grade, cheap, shoddy, tawdry, gimcrack, twopenny-halfpenny
    bad, poor, dreadful, awful, terrible, frightful, atrocious
    crummy, appalling, abysmal, lousy, dire, tacky
    duff, chronic, rubbish, poxy, pants, a load of pants
    crap, crappy, chickenshit
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Pronunciation:

rubbishy

/ˈrʌbɪʃi/