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meagre

adjective
poor or not enough
escaso, pobre
They had to survive on a meagre portion of rice. meagre earnings.
meagrely adverb ( meagerly)
escasamente
meagreness noun ( meagerness)
escasez
Translations of “meagre”
in Arabic ضَئيل, هَزيل…
in Korean 빈약한…
in Malaysian tidak seberapa…
in French maigre…
in Turkish az, yetersiz, kıt…
in Italian magro, misero…
in Chinese (Traditional) (數量)很少的,不足的…
in Russian скудный…
in Polish skąpy, skromny…
in Vietnamese nghèo nàn…
in Portuguese escasso, exíguo, parco…
in Thai ขาดแคลน…
in German dürftig…
in Catalan escàs…
in Japanese 不十分な…
in Indonesian kecil, sedikit…
in Chinese (Simplified) (数量)很少的,不足的…
(Definition of meagre from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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