French translation of 'hard up'
(= not well-off) sans le sou ⧫ fauché(e) (informal)
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In fact, pizza has always been a popular choice for people who are hard up for money.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Most families are hard up already without this extra burden.The Sun (2013)
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'hard up' in Other Languages
British English: hard up /hɑːd ʌp/ ADJECTIVE
If you are hard up, you have very little money.
Her parents were very hard up.
- American English: hard up
- Arabic: مُعْسِر
- Brazilian Portuguese: sem dinheiro
- Chinese: 经济困难的
- Croatian: siromašan
- Czech: ve finanční tísni
- Danish: betrængt
- Dutch: slecht bij kas
- European Spanish: escaso de
- Finnish: rahapulassa
- French: fauché
- German: knapp sein an
- Greek: απένταρος
- Italian: al verde
- Japanese: 酔っぱらった
- Korean: 쪼들리는
- Norwegian: dårlig stilt
- Polish: spłukany
- European Portuguese: sem dinheiro
- Romanian: lefter
- Russian: нуждающийся
- Spanish: escaso de
- Swedish: ha det dåligt ställt
- Thai: หมดเงิน
- Turkish: yoksul
- Ukrainian: бідний
- Vietnamese: cháy túi
Translation of hard up from the Collins English to French Dictionary