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Translation of "underdog" - English-Spanish dictionary

underdog

noun   /ˈʌn.də.dɒɡ/
the underdog
a person or group of people with less power, money, etc. than the rest of society los desamparados, los grupos menos favorecidos As a politician, her sympathy was always for the underdog in society.2311
in a competition, the person or team considered to be the weakest and the least likely to win el que tiene menos posibilidades 1477
(Definition of underdog from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

underdog

noun /ˈandədoɡ/
a weak person who is dominated by someone else, or who is the loser in a struggle desfavorecido; desvalido; desamparado He always likes to help the underdog.
(Definition of underdog from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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