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poor
pʊr
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Deserving or inciting pity.
  2. Unsatisfactory.
  3. Having little money or few possessions.
  4. Lacking in specific resources, qualities or substances.
  5. Characterized by or indicating poverty.
  6. Not sufficient to meet a need.
(名) As a noun
  1. People without possessions or wealth (considered as a group).
Hyphenationpoor
Part of Speech(形) adjective
Matching Results
贫穷pínqióngpoor; impoverished
贫乏pínfáimpoverished; lacking; deficient; limited; meager; impoverishment; lack; deficiency
不幸bùxìngmisfortune; adversity; unfortunate; sad; unfortunately
可怜kěliánpitiful; pathetic; to have pity on
拙劣zhuōlièclumsy; botched
卑鄙bēibǐbase; mean; contemptible; despicable
乏味fáwèitedious
无聊的wúliáo deboring
无聊wúliáobored; boring; nonsense; senseless
受穷shòuqióngpoor
poor; rustic
差事chàshìpoor; not up to standard
清寒qīnghánpoor; underprivileged; (of weather) crisp and clear
稀松xīsōngpoor; sloppy; unconcerned; heedless; lax; unimportant; trivial; loose; porous
poor; rustic
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