badly-off Meaning in Cambridge Business English Dictionary
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badly-off

adjective
 
 
( comparative worse-off, superlative worst-off)
in a difficult financial situation: The economy has not been this badly-off in over 40 years.
Translations of “badly-off”
in Chinese (Traditional) 生活困難的, 窮困的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 生活困难的, 穷困的…
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