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deprive

verb   /dɪˈpraɪv/ ( present participle depriving, past tense and past participle deprived)
to take something, especially something necessary or pleasant, away from someone privar They were deprived of food for long periods of time.
(Definition of deprive from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

deprive

verb /diˈpraiv/
(with of) to take something away from privar de They deprived the hostages of food and drink.
deprivation /depriˈveiʃən/ noun
(a condition of) loss, hardship etc privación sleep deprivation.
(an) act of depriving privación a deprivation of human rights.
deprived adjective
suffering from hardship etc, underprivileged necesitado, defavorecido deprived areas of the city Ron came from a deprived background.
(Definition of deprive from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “deprive”
in Korean 빼앗다…
in Arabic يَحرِم…
in Malaysian halang…
in French priver (de)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 奪走,搶走,剝奪…
in Italian privare…
in Vietnamese lấy đi của ai cái gì…
in Portuguese privar…
in Thai ยึด, ทำให้สูญเสีย…
in German berauben, entziehen…
in Catalan privar…
in Japanese ~から(~を)奪う (of)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 夺走,抢去,剥夺…
in Indonesian merampas…
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