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Translation of "poverty-stricken" - English-Spanish dictionary

poverty-stricken

adjective   /ˈpɒv.ə.tiˌstrɪk.ən/
A poverty-stricken person or place is suffering from the effects of being extremely poor. muy pobre Some beggars are neither poverty-stricken nor homeless. There are few jobs for the peasants who have flooded into the cities from the poverty-stricken countryside in search of work.1417
(Definition of poverty-stricken from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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