listen to the pronunciation of poverty
Englisch - Türkisch

Yoksulluk onu çalmaya zorladı. - Poverty drove him to steal.

Yoksulluktan dolayı okulu bırakmaktan başka seçimi yoktu. - He had no choice but to give up school because of poverty.

{i} fakirlik

Fakirlik onun çalışmalarına devam etmesini engelledi. - Poverty prevented him from continuing his studies.

Bu kitabın tavsiyelerini izleyerek, kendimi fakirlikten kurtarabilirdim. - By following this book's advice, I was able to pull myself out of poverty.

{i} sefalet
{i} yokluk
{i} parasızlık
poverty line fakirlik ile orta hallilik arasındaki gelir sınırı
{i} eksiklik

Yoksulluk kapıdan içeri girdiğinde, sevgi pencereden dışarı uçar. - When poverty comes in at the door, love flies out the window.

Yoksulluk onu çalmaya zorladı. - Poverty drove him to steal.

poverty ençok fakir
{i} yoksulluk, fakirlik, ihtiyaç
{i} yetersizlik
zarurete düşmüş
{i} düşkünlük

Yaklaşık bir milyar insan, açlık ve yoksulluktan muzdariptir. - About a billion people suffer from hunger and poverty.

poverty alleviation
fakirlikliğin azaltılması
poverty alleviation
fakirliğin giderilmesi
poverty and need
poverty certificate
fakirlik belgesi
poverty gap
(Ticaret) yoksulluk boşluğu
poverty of speech
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) konuşma fakirliği
poverty of time
(Ticaret) zaman yoksulluğu
poverty rate
(Ticaret) yoksulluk oranı
poverty reduction
(Politika, Siyaset) yoksulluğun azaltılması
poverty reduction
fakirliğin azaltılması
poverty threshold
(Politika, Siyaset) yoksulluk sınırı
poverty trap
(Ticaret) fakirlik tuzağı
poverty stricken
çok yoksul
poverty trap
yoksulluk tuzağı
çok yoksul
poverty alleviation
Yosullukla mücadele, yoksullukla mücadele yoluyla yoksulluğun azaltılması

In general terms of the objectives of IFIs(International Finance Foundations) have always been poverty alleviation,economic growth and protection of the environment.

poverty line
Yoksulluk sınırı
poverty reduction
Yosullukla mücadele, yoksullukla mücadele yoluyla yoksulluğun azaltılması
poverty trap
yoksulluk tuzak
poverty, impoverishment, pauperism
yoksulluk, yoksullaşma, fakirlik
poverty line
(Ticaret) yoksulluk hattı
poverty line
fakirlik sınırı
poverty of ideas
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) düşünce fakirliği
poverty stricken
poverty stricken
poverty stricken
poverty stricken
yokluk çeken
poverty struck
poverty struck
yokluk çeken
poverty struck
poverty struck
absolute poverty
(Politika, Siyaset,Ticaret) mutlak yoksulluk
extreme poverty
(Politika, Siyaset) aşırı yoksulluk
income poverty
(Ticaret) gelir yoksulluğu
relative poverty
(Politika, Siyaset) göreli yoksulluk
struggle against poverty
(Politika, Siyaset) yoksullukla mücadele
reduce to poverty
yoksulluğa düşürmek
abject poverty
korkunç bir yoksulluk
Yoksulluk karşıtı, yoksulluğa karşı çıkan
circle of poverty
yoksulluk çemberi
level of poverty
Yoksulluk sınırı
abject poverty
fakru zaruret
alleviate the poverty
fakirliği azaltmak
alleviate the poverty
fakirliği gidermek
combat the poverty
fakirlikle mücadele etmek
delusion of poverty
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) yoksulluk kuruntusu
economic poverty
ekonomik yoksulluk
eliminate the poverty
yoksulluğu gidermek
federal poverty level
federal fakirlik seviyesi
official poverty line
(Ticaret) resmi yoksulluk sınırı
Englisch - Englisch
Any deficiency of elements or resources that are needed or desired, or that constitute richness; as, poverty of soil; poverty of the blood; poverty of ideas
The quality or state of being poor or indigent; want or scarcity of means of subsistence; indigence; need
{n} want, necessity, meanness, a defect
state of being poor; lack of income for providing material needs
{i} state of being poor, destitution, indigence; scantiness, deficiency, scarcity
the state of having little or no money and few or no material possessions
The Oxford English Dictionary defines poverty as: ‘The condition of having little or no wealth or material possessions; indigence, destitution, want’, and suggests its first use was in AD 1075 In recent years, research tapping the perspectives of poor people has recognized that poverty involves a wider set of deprivations, including vulnerability and exclusion from society, in addition to material destitution
In this file, families and unrelated individuals are classified as being above or below the poverty level using a poverty index adopted by a Federal Interagency Committee in 1969 and slightly modified in 1981
Poverty is the state of being extremely poor. According to World Bank figures, 41 per cent of Brazilians live in absolute poverty wealth
Measures the proportion of students eligible for free or reduced lunch See also "Student Poverty "
The Federal Government puts out a list of family size and income and determines by that list if a person’s annual income falls below a certain level
You can use poverty to refer to any situation in which there is not enough of something or its quality is poor. Britain has suffered from a poverty of ambition. wealth
n A file provided for the teeth of the rats of reform The number of plans for its abolition equals that of the reformers who suffer from it, plus that of the philosophers who know nothing about it Its victims are distinguished by possession of all the virtues and by their faith in leaders seeking to conduct them into a prosperity where they believe these to be unknown
the condition of having insufficient resources or income; a lack of basic human needs, such as adequate and nutritious food, clothing, housing, clean water, and health services
This report uses the following definition: one can be said to be living in poverty if one lives in a household whose income (adjusted for household size) is less than 40 percent the country's median household income
n: Inability to meet basic needs for food, clothing, and shelter
*: The condition of being without adequate food and money and is officially considered to be very poor and in need of help
A situation in which a person or household lacks the resources necessary to be able to consume a certain minimum basket of goods The basket consists either of food, clothing, housing and other essentials (moderate poverty) or of food alone (extreme poverty)
A person is “poor” or “in poverty” if they reside in a household with income below the U S poverty threshold, as defined by the U S Office of Management and Budget Poverty thresholds differ by family size and are updated annually for inflation using the Consumer Price Index However, they do not take into account geographic differences in the cost of living
the condition of being poor People can be reduced to poverty if their way of life is threatened, or if they do not have enough land, money or other resources to enjoy a reasonable standard of life Poverty differs from one country to another People in the UK feel they are poor if they do not own a car or a TV Only wealthy people in Kenya would hope to own such things
{i} indigence
poverty line
The threshold of poverty, below which one's income does not cover necessities
poverty lines
plural form of poverty line
poverty alleviation
Poverty reduction (or poverty alleviation) is any process which seeks to reduce the level of poverty in a community, or amongst a group of people or countries
poverty reduction
Poverty reduction (or poverty alleviation) is any process which seeks to reduce the level of poverty in a community, or amongst a group of people or countries
poverty tourism
Poverty tourism or poorism is a type of tourism, much akin to slumming, in which tourists travel to less developed places to observe people living in poverty. Poorism travel tours are popular in places like India, Ethiopia, and even places that have had natural disasters such as hurricanes and tsunamis. After Hurricane Katrina, Louisiana became a big poorism site
poverty grass
Any of several North American grasses that grow in poor or sandy soil
poverty level
A minimum income level below which a person is officially considered to lack adequate subsistence and to be living in poverty. Also called poverty line
poverty line
If someone is on the poverty line, they have just enough income to buy the things they need in order to live. Thirteen per cent of the population live below the poverty line
poverty line
a level of personal income defining the state of poverty
poverty line
minimum income standard that is used as an index to determine how many people are living in poverty
poverty trap
defect in the social system which does not allow the poor to improve their economic situation
poverty trap
a situation in which an increase in income results in a loss of benefits so that you are no better off
poverty trap
If someone is in a poverty trap, they are very poor but cannot improve their income because the money they get from the government decreases as the money they earn increases
Poverty-stricken people or places are extremely poor. a teacher of poverty-stricken kids. extremely poor
reduced circumstances

living in reduced circumstances.

energy poverty
A condition of a region, or country, of not having enough available energy resources for the needs of the population
fuel poverty
The inability of a household to keep adequately warm at a reasonable cost
live in poverty
having a cash income below the poverty level

Despite the economic recovery, the percentage of the U.S. population living in poverty rose to 12.5 percent in 2003.

live in poverty
living in poverty, i.e., leading a life on the same economic level as someone who gets no charity or government benefits and whose cash income is below the poverty level

Conservatives say that less than 0.5 percent of the population is really living in poverty, arguing that statistics should include the value of charity and welfare.

living in poverty
Present participle of live in poverty
vow of poverty
A vow, taken by members of some religious orders to renounce all personal property; everything they possess being used for the common good
abject poverty
great poverty, so poor there is no hope
extreme poverty
great want or need, indigence, destitution
in poverty
in a state of having no money, in a state of being poor
sink into poverty
fall into poverty, have one's financial situation deteriorate until one is poor
under the poverty line
in poverty, in a manner of lacking money and resources, having a monthly salary that is less than the set minimum