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faminenoun [C or U]

uk   us   /ˈfæm.ɪn/
C2 a situation in which there is not enough food for a great number of people, causing illness and death, or a particular period when this happens: Another crop failure could result in widespread famine. There were reports of refugees dying of famine. Thousands of people emigrated during the Irish potato famine of 1845–46.
Traducciones de “famine”
en árabe مَجاعة…
en coreano 기근…
in Malaysian kebuluran…
en francés famine…
en turco açlık, kıtlık…
en italiano carestia…
en chino (tradicionál) 饑荒, 饑荒時期…
en ruso голод (стихийное бедствие)…
en polaco głód, klęska głodu…
in Vietnamese nạn đói kém…
en español hambre, hambruna…
en portugués fome…
in Thai ความอดอยาก…
en alemán die Hungersnot…
en catalán fam…
en japonés 飢饉(ききん)…
in Indonesian bahaya kelaparan…
en chino (simplificado) 饥荒, 饥荒时期…
(Definition of famine from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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