Spanish translation of deprived
- [child, family]
- [area, district]
⇒ she had a deprived childhood
tuvo una niñez llena de privaciones
⇒ emotionally deprived children
niños con carencias afectivas
⇒ to feel deprived
sentirse en desventaja
- [child, family]
Example Sentences Including 'deprived'
Like many kids deprived of normal family relationships, Martin compensated through what has been called the Cinderella complex.Forests of the Night
Humanity would have been deprived of one of its greatest boons.The Complete Stories Volume 2
Had deprived her, condemned her to the purgatory of a half-life without them.Wall Games
Trends of 'deprived'
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⇒ to deprive sb of sth
privar a algn de algo
⇒ to deprive o.s. of sth
privarse de algo
⇒ they had been deprived of their freedom
les habían privado de su libertad
⇒ they were deprived of affection as children
de niños no recibieron el suficiente afecto
⇒ he was deprived of sleep/food for seven days
no le dejaron dormir/no le dieron de comer durante siete días
⇒ the brain was deprived of oxygen
el cerebro no recibía su aporte de oxígeno
⇒ "would you like some chocolate?" — "no thanks, I don't want to deprive you"(humorous)
—¿quieres chocolate? —no, gracias, para ti
Example Sentences Including 'deprive'
At length Amy heard that the Royal Lambeth Hospital was not proposing to deprive her of her studentship.The White Dove
There are folks who go to Morecambe who'll never get the chance to come to Vegas and who am I to deprive them?MR STARLIGHT (2004)
She'd deprive her heart of the oxygen of feeling, and that way, in the course of time, the flame would go out by itself.Compulsion
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Translation of deprived from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary
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