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lowlifenoun

/ˈləʊ.laɪf/  us /ˈloʊ-/ informal disapproving
[C] (plural lowlifes) a person who exists by criminal activities or has a way of life that most people disapprove of: There are plenty of lowlifes out there, ready to take advantage of unsuspecting senior citizens.
[U] (UK also low life) the group of people who exist by criminal activities or have a way of life that most people disapprove of : He started mixing with drug dealers, pimps, and other lowlife.
Translations of “lowlife”
in Chinese (Traditional) 不法之徒, 社會渣滓…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不法之徒, 社会渣滓…
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