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Spanish translation of “poverty”

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poverty

noun /ˈpovəti/
the condition of being poor
pobreza
They lived in extreme poverty the poverty of the soil.
Translations of “poverty”
in Korean 가난…
in Arabic فَقْر…
in French pauvreté…
in Italian povertà, miseria…
in Chinese (Traditional) 貧困,貧窮…
in Russian бедность…
in Turkish yoksulluk, fakirlik, sefalet…
in Polish bieda, nędza, ubóstwo…
in Portuguese pobreza…
in German die Armut…
in Catalan pobresa…
in Japanese 貧困, 貧乏…
in Chinese (Simplified) 贫困,贫穷…
(Definition of poverty from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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