English translation of 'SDF'
Example Sentences Including 'SDF'
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C'est une ancienne mineure en fugue, parano du flicage, SDF habituée à " regarder le néant en face ".Le Monde (2000)
Une cinquantaine de SDF sortent de leur nulle part et s'approchent sans hâte, routiniers.Le Monde (1998)
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'SDF' in Other Languages
British English: homeless /ˈhəʊmlɪs/ ADJECTIVE
Homeless people have nowhere to live.
...the growing number of homeless families.
- American English: homeless
- Arabic: شَرِيد
- Brazilian Portuguese: desabrigado
- Chinese: 无家可归的
- Croatian: bez doma
- Czech: bez domova
- Danish: hjemløs
- Dutch: dakloos
- European Spanish: sin hogar
- Finnish: koditon
- French: SDF
- German: obdachlos
- Greek: άστεγος
- Italian: senza casa
- Japanese: 住む家のない
- Korean: 집이 없는
- Norwegian: hjemløs
- Polish: bezdomny
- European Portuguese: sem-abrigo
- Romanian: fără adăpost
- Russian: бездомный
- Spanish: sin hogar
- Swedish: hemlös
- Thai: ไม่มีบ้าน
- Turkish: evsiz
- Ukrainian: безпритульний
- Vietnamese: vô gia cư
British English: down-and-out ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone as down-and-out, you mean that they have no job and nowhere to live, and they have no real hope of improving their situation.
...a short story about a down-and-out advertising copywriter.
Translation of SDF from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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