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meagreadjective

UK ( US meager) uk   us   /ˈmiːɡər/
very ​small in ​amount or ​number or not enough in ​amount or ​number: Manufacturing ​outputrose by a meagre 0.1% in September. Her meagre ​salary is not enough to ​pay her ​livingexpenses.
(Definition of meagre from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “meagre”
in Korean 빈약한…
in Arabic ضَئيل, هَزيل…
in Malaysian tidak seberapa…
in French maigre…
in Russian скудный…
in Chinese (Traditional) (數量)很少的,不足的…
in Italian magro, misero…
in Turkish az, yetersiz, kıt…
in Polish skąpy, skromny…
in Spanish escaso, pobre…
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 Chinese (Simplified) (数量)很少的,不足的…
in Indonesian kecil, sedikit…
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