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homeless

adjective
 
 
/ˈhəʊmləs/
without a place to live: 10,000 people were made homeless by the floods. They're opening a new shelter for the homeless.Homelessness
homelessness noun [U]
Translations of “homeless”
in Korean 노숙자의…
in Arabic مُشَرَّد…
in Portuguese sem-teto…
in Catalan sense llar…
in Japanese 住む家のない, ホームレスの…
in Italian senza casa, senzatetto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 無家可歸的…
in Russian бездомный…
in Turkish evsiz barksız…
in Chinese (Simplified) 无家可归的…
in Polish bezdomny…
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