Definition of 'poverty trap'
Example sentences containing 'poverty trap'
The Sun (2013)
Mind you, if convicted they will escape the poverty trap, lead a life of luxury in detention and then get a change of identity.The Sun (2009)
Brand refuses to join in the worship of rural life: 'People are moving to town to escape the poverty trap and ecological disaster of subsistence villages.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Definition of poverty trap from the Collins English Dictionary
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