poor के समानार्थी
having little money and few possessionsHe was one of thirteen children from a poor family.
The goal is to lure businesses into impoverished areas.
I'm as broke as you are.
hard up (informal), ,
Her parents were hard up.
Food supplies are being sent to people in need.
a project aimed at raising funds for needy children around the world
on the rocks,
a penniless refugee
destitute children who live on the streets
delivering medical aid to poverty-stricken areas
down and out,
skint (British, slang),
Medical professionals should be permitted to provide free healthcare to indigent people.
down at heel,
I first met him when he was an impecunious, would-be racing driver.
on the breadline,
flat broke (informal), ,
on your uppers,
stony-broke (British, slang),
Necessitous people are not free people.
in queer street,
without two pennies to rub together (informal),
on your beam-ends
pitiableI feel sorry for that poor child.
charity days to raise money for unfortunate people
That's the most pathetic excuse I've ever heard.
They have so far accepted only a miserable 1,100 refugees.
Argentina's unlucky defeat by Ireland
the hapless victim struggled helplessly
It was the most pitiful sight I had ever seen.
the luckless parent of an extremely difficult child
wretched people living in abject poverty
an ill-starred attempt to create jobs in a deprived area
Her grandmother seemed to her a pitiable figure.
They are now home after their ill-fated trip abroad.
disappointing or disagreeableThe wine is very poor.He was a poor actor.
These recordings are of inferior quality.
The inspectors said a third of lessons were unsatisfactory.
His university record was mediocre.
another second-rate politician
His eyesight had always been weak.
rotten (informal), , ,
I thought it was a rotten idea.
This piece of old junk is totally worthless.
I'm normally quick to complain about shoddy service.
undrinkable low-grade wine
below par, ,
for the birds (informal),
crappy (slang), ,
no great shakes (informal), ,
chickenshit (US, slang),
not much cop (British, slang),
half-pie (New Zealand, informal),
strictly for the birds (informal),
bodger or bodgie (Australian, slang)
lacking in (something)poor wages and terrible working conditionsA poor crop has sent vegetable prices spiralling.
a meagre 3% pay rise
Supplies of food and medicine are inadequate.
There was insufficient evidence to proceed.
slight, , ,
It's only made a slight difference.
Some offices had incomplete information on spending.
There is scant evidence of strong economic growth to come.
Many slopes are rock fields with sparse vegetation.
a diet deficient in vitamins
The average bathroom measures a measly 3.5 metres.
So far, what scanty evidence we have points to two subjects.
The niggardly compensation for her frightening ordeal amounted to just £6,500.
5 (विशेषण) Mix in some planting compost to improve poor soil when you dig.
increasingly unproductive land
He also wants to use water to irrigate barren desert land.
He was a bad driver.
bare, , , ,
a bare landscape
a sterile male
The waste is dumped, making the surrounding land infertile.
He started out as a lowly photographer.
southern opportunists of mean origins
We are just plain people.
the modest home of a family who lived off the land
He came from a fairly humble, poor background.
I don't like to visit the doctor just for something trivial.
In 1949 it was still a small, insignificant city.
She had no interest in such paltry concerns.
The poor always ye have with you [Bible: St. John]Poor and content is rich and rich enough – Othello]
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अतिरिक्त समानार्थी शब्द
in the sense of bad
lacking skill or talent
He was a bad driver.
in the sense of bare
a bare landscape
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