Definition of rubbishy in English:

rubbishy

adjective

British
informal
  • Of poor quality and little value.

    ‘rubbishy reality TV shows’
    • ‘More often than not, their current albums are a bit rubbishy.’
    • ‘If they published a rubbishy book, I'd tell you.’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘I remember thinking the plot was sentimental, rubbishy pap.’
    • ‘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.’
    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/