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Translation of "hard up" - English-Turkish dictionary

hard up

adjective     informal
not having enough money eli dar/darda, para sıkıntısı içinde, maddi zorluk çeken Poverty and poor
Translations of “hard up”
in Korean 돈에 쪼들리는…
in Arabic مُفلِس…
in Portuguese com dinheiro curto…
in Catalan pelat, escurat…
in Japanese 金に困っている, 金欠の…
in Italian a corto di quattrini, in bolletta…
in Chinese (Traditional) 拮据的,手頭緊的…
in Russian нуждающийся, бедный…
in Chinese (Simplified) 拮据的,手头紧的…
in Polish spłukany, goły…
(Definition of hard up from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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