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unemployed

adjective /animˈploid/
not having, or not able to find, work
desempleado, parado, en paro
He has been unemployed for three months.
unemployment noun the state of being unemployed
desempleo, paro
If the factory is closed, many men will face unemployment.
the numbers of people without work
desempleo, paro
Unemployment has reached record figures this year.
Translations of “unemployed”
in Arabic عاطِل…
in Korean 무직의…
in Malaysian menganggur…
in French au chômage…
in Turkish işsiz, boşta gezen, boşta…
in Italian disoccupato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 失業的, 待業的…
in Russian безработный…
in Polish bezrobotny…
in Vietnamese không được sử dụng…
in Portuguese desempregado…
in Thai ซึ่งว่างงาน…
in German arbeitslos…
in Catalan desocupat, a l’atur…
in Japanese 失業した, 仕事のない…
in Indonesian menganggur…
in Chinese (Simplified) 失业的, 待业的…
(Definition of unemployed from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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