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Translation of "squalid" - English-Spanish dictionary

squalid

adjective   /ˈskwɒl.ɪd/
disapproving (of places) extremely dirty and unpleasant, often because of lack of money miserable Many prisons, even today, are overcrowded and squalid places.842
squalor noun [no plural]   /ˈskwɒl.ər/
miseria It was a dirty, damp, smelly flat – the usual student squalor.843
(Definition of squalid from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

squalid

adjective /ˈskwolid/
very dirty or filthy sucio The houses are squalid and overcrowded.
squalor /-lə/ noun
suciedad They lived in squalor.
(Definition of squalid from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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