Sinônimos de poor
having little money and few possessionsHe was one of thirteen children from a poor family.
The goal is to lure businesses into impoverished areas.
broke (informal), ,
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, ,
Medical professionals should be permitted to provide free healthcare to indigent people.
down at heel,
impecunious (formal), ,
I first met him when he was an impecunious, would-be racing driver.
on the breadline,
flat broke (informal), ,
on your uppers, ,
Necessitous people are not free people.
in queer street (archaic),
without two pennies to rub together (archaic),
on your beam-ends (rare)
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 meal was 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, old-fashioned), , ,
no great shakes (informal, old-fashioned), , , ,
chickenshit (US, slang),
not much cop (British, slang),
half-pie (New Zealand, informal),
strictly for the birds (informal, old-fashioned),
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.
insufficient, , ,
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 (adjectivo) 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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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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