Word: down-and-out

Synonyms: down-and-out

destitute, poverty-stricken, impoverished, penniless, insolvent, impecunious, needy, in straitened circumstances, distressed, badly off, homeless, on the streets, vagrant, sleeping rough, hard up, (flat) broke, strapped (for cash), without a red cent, on skid row

Translations: down-and-out

spanish
hacia abajo, abajo, por, hasta, establecen


german
verlumpt

french
clochard

italian
squattrinato, malandato, malconcio, senza una lira

portuguese
vagabundo

dutch
hulpeloos, tot de bedelstaf brengend

russian
бродячий, безработный, босяк, разоренный

norwegian
down-, ned, nede i, nedover, nedre

swedish
UTSLAGEN

finnish
puilla paljailla, pennitön, laitapuolen kulkija, rappiolle joutunut

danish
ned, fastsat, fastsættelse, nede, fastsættelse af

czech
člověk na dně

polish
pobity, pechowiec życiowy

hungarian
down-, lefelé, a lefelé, sorház, down

turkish
Aşağı, aşağıya, basılı, down, aşağı doğru

greek
κάτω, προς τα κάτω, προβλέπονται, προβλέπεται, καθορίζονται

ukrainian
вниз і з, вниз і з одного

albanian
i marrë fund, nokaut, i mbaruar me gjithsej

bulgarian
изтощен, обеднял, смазан

belarusian
ўніз, уніз

estonian
alla, sätestatakse, kehtestatakse, ette, nähtud

croatian
beskućnik, bez prebijene pare

icelandic
niður, um, fyrir um, er fyrir um, ofan

lithuanian
žemyn, žemyn nukreipto, žemyn nukreiptą, žemyn nukreiptos

latvian
down-, leju, lejupvērstās, nomāc, lejup pa

macedonian
долу-, надолу, одредување на, спуштен, одредување

romanian
deșelat

slovenian
navzdol, dol, navzdolnjo, za dol

slovak
človek, osoba

The meaning and "use of": down-and-out

adjective
  • (of a person) without money, a job, or a place to live; destitute.

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