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Translation of "lack" - English-Spanish dictionary

lack

noun [no plural]   /læk/
lack of something
B1 not having something, or not having enough of something falta de algo My only problem is lack of money.
verb   /læk/
to not have something, or to not have enough of something carecer de Something was lacking in the band’s performance of the song. She really lacks confidence.
(Definition of lack from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

lack

verb /lӕk/
to have too little or none of carecer de He lacked the courage to ask her out on a date.
be lacking ( with in)
to be without or not to have enough estar desprovisto de He is lacking in intelligence.
to be absent; to be present in too little an amount faltar Money for the project is not lacking, but enthusiasm is.
(Definition of lack from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “lack”
in Korean 부족하다…
in Arabic يَفْتَقِر…
in Malaysian kurang…
in French manquer de qqch.…
in Russian испытывать недостаток (в чем-либо)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 缺少,缺乏…
in Italian mancare di…
in Turkish eksik olmak, yokluk, bir şey yetersiz olmak…
in Polish nie mieć, ≈ brakować komuś czegoś…
in Vietnamese thiếu…
in Portuguese faltar, carecer de…
in Thai ขาด…
in German fehlen…
in Catalan mancar de…
in Japanese ~が足りない…
in Chinese (Simplified) 缺少,缺乏…
in Indonesian kurang…
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