Manged



/mahnjd/ [probably from the French “manger” or Italian “mangiare”, to eat; perhaps influenced by English “mange”, “mangy”] Refers to anything that is mangled or damaged, usually beyond repair. “The disk was manged after the electrical storm.” Compare mung.
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