indigent

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Englisch - Türkisch
{s} muhtaç
yoksul
fakir
indigencefakirlik
züğürtlük
sefil
indigents
yoksullarının
Englisch - Englisch
Poor; destitute; in need

I had since my introduction to the prince been sensitive to the fact that he must think an obviously indigent soldier of fortune will sooner or later open the subject of a subscription to the Greek Cause.

A person in need, or in poverty
poor
poor and in need of money, as in: The county hospital provides care for medically indigent adults
Generally, this term defines a person who is poor, needy and who has no one to look to for support
Needy or impoverished
Impoverished, unable to hire a lawyer or afford expense of criminal defense
Someone who is indigent is very poor. very poor (present participle of indigere )
{i} poor person, one who lacks money and other basic necessities
Those who are needy and poor, or those who have not sufficient property to furnish a living nor anyone able to support them to whom they are entitled to look for support
Needy, poor, impoverished A defendant who can demonstrate his or her indigence to the court may be assigned a court-appointed attorney at public expense
(in·di·gent) ADJECTIVE/NOUN: 1 )(adj)Experiencing want or need; impoverished 2 )(n)A needy or destitute person
a low level of poverty
impoverished; needy; poor; without funds
\IN-dih-juhnt\, adjective: Extremely poor; not having the necessities of life, such as food, clothing and shelter
Needy or impoverished A defendant who can demonstrate his or her indigence to the court may be assigned a court-appointed attorney at public expense
Generally, this term defines a person who is poor, needy, and who has no one to look to for support
{s} poor, impoverished, needy, destitute
Wanting; void; free; destitute; used with of
Without available funds; usually used in connection with a person who is unable to pay costs, bond, or an attorney in a legal proceeding, and whose responsible relatives are likewise unable to pay
poor enough to need help from others
A person found by the court to be unable to afford to hire a lawyer or otherwise meet the expense of defending a criminal matter If the defendant is determined to be indigent, a defense counsel is appointed by the court
Destitute of property or means of comfortable subsistence; needy; poor; in want; necessitous
ındigent
{a} needy, wanting, poor, empty, void
indigently
in a destitute manner
indigently
In an indigent manner
indigents
plural of indigent
indigent
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