penniless

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İngilizce - Türkçe
meteliksiz
çulsuz
eli boş
parasız pulsuz
parasız

Onun işi başarısız olduğunda, o beş parasız kaldı. - When his business failed, he was left penniless.

İşteki başarısızlığı onu beş parasız bıraktı. - His failure in business left him penniless.

züğürt
züğürt,parasız,broke
{s} kopuk
{s} cebi delik
{s} beş parasız

Beş parasız değilsin. - You're not penniless.

Onun işi başarısız olduğunda, o beş parasız kaldı. - When his business failed, he was left penniless.

{s} fakir
kesik
yolsuz
penny
{i} metelik
penny
kuruş

Tom'un kendi adına bir kuruşu yok. - Tom doesn't have a penny to his name.

Sahip olduğum her kuruşumu soydu. - He robbed me of every penny I had.

boracic
borasik
penny
{i} peni

Onun cebinde bir peni bile yoktur. - He doesn't even have a penny in his pocket.

Düşünceleriniz için bir peni. - A penny for your thoughts.

penny
Pound'un yüzde biri
penny
sent
penny
{i} az miktarda para
be penniless
meteliksiz olmak
boracic
{s} borakslı
boracic
{s} borik
penny
{i} İng. peni
penny
{ç} pen.nies (pen'iz)/İng. pence (pens)
İngilizce - İngilizce
Not having a penny; utterly impoverished; extremely poor

A dollar and a quarter seems a small sum, but if you are absolutely penniless it might as well be a thousand.

{a} having no money, poor, wretched
Not having a penny, extremely poor, and having nothing of value
not having enough money to pay for necessities
Someone who is penniless has hardly any money at all. They'd soon be penniless and homeless if she couldn't find suitable work. a penniless refugee. someone who is penniless has no money broke
{s} poor, lacking money, indigent
Destitute of money; impecunious; poor
Penny
A diminutive of the female given name Penelope
penniless.
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penny
In Ireland, a coin worth 1/100 of an Irish pound before the introduction of the euro. Abbreviation: p
penny
In the United Kingdom and Ireland, a copper coin worth 1/240 of a pound sterling or Irish pound before decimalisation. Abbreviation: d
penny
In the US and Canada, a one-cent coin, worth 1/100 of a dollar. Abbreviation: ¢
penny
In the United Kingdom, a copper coin worth 1/100 of a pound sterling
penny
To jam a door shut by inserting pennies between the doorframe and the door

Zach and Ben had only been at college for a week when their door was pennied by the girls down the hall.

penny
{n} the 12th part of a shilling
Penny
diminutive of Penelope
penny
Unit of measurement for nail length, e g , a 10d nail is 3 inches long (abbr d)
penny
Worth or costing one penny
penny
In the United Kingdom, a copper coin worth 1/100 of a pound sterling; also formerly in Ireland, a coin worth 1/100 of an Irish pound before the introduction of the euro. Abbreviation: p
penny
Money, in general; as, to turn an honest penny
penny
A penny is one cent, or a coin worth one cent. Unleaded gasoline rose more than a penny a gallon
penny
(the initial of denarius)
penny
A penny is a British coin used before 1971 that was worth one twelfth of a shilling
penny
A term applied to nails that originally meant the price per hundred Today, it indicates nail length and is abbreviated with the letter "d," the English sign for one cent
penny
a 1¢ coin -- "Janet has 5 quarters, 7 dimes, 4 nickels, and 7 pennies " (211)
penny
Term used to indicate nail length; abbreviated by the letter "d" Applies to common, box, casing, and finishing nails
penny
Things that are said to be two a penny or ten a penny are not valuable or interesting because they are very common and easy to find. Leggy blondes are two a penny in Hollywood
penny
To jam a door shut by inserting pennies between the door frame and the door
penny
Denoting pound weight for one thousand; used in combination, with respect to nails; as, tenpenny nails, nails of which one thousand weight ten pounds
penny
Common nail length Originally, nails were sold by "penny weight", or price per hundred
penny
The form pence is used for the plural of meaning 1
penny
a fractional monetary unit of Ireland and the United Kingdom; equal to one hundredth of a pound
penny
In various countries, a small denomination copper or brass coin
penny
A unit of nail size, said to be either the cost per 100 nails, or the number of nails per penny. Abbreviation: d
penny
Chief every-day coin until modern times Originally silver Later a large bronze coin
penny
a coin worth one-hundredth of the value of the basic unit
penny
Any small sum or coin; a groat; a stiver
penny
a coin worth one-hundredth of the value of the basic unit a fractional monetary unit of Ireland and the United Kingdom; equal to one hundredth of a pound
penny
An English coin, formerly of copper, now of bronze, the twelfth part of an English shilling in account value, and equal to four farthings, or about two cents; usually indicated by the abbreviation d
penny
To circumvent the tripping of an electrical circuit breaker by the dangerous practice of inserting a coin in place of a fuse in a fuse socket
penny
If you say the penny dropped, you mean that someone suddenly understood or realized something
penny
emphasis If you say, for example, that you do not have a penny, or that something does not cost a penny, you are emphasizing that you do not have any money at all, or that something did not cost you any money at all. The Brilliantons paid their rent on time and did not owe him a penny
penny
a small metal disc given to shoppers as a token of thanks for their purchases Once a lot of these have been collected, they are occasionally exchanged for other things or thrown into larger collections run by charities working to get these worthless bits of metal out of circulation Occasionally a slightly larger version is found, commonly known as a ‘tuppence’
penny
a term used in designating nail sizes
penny
In Britain, a penny is one hundredth of a pound, or a coin worth this amount of money. Cider also goes up by a penny a pint while sparkling wine will cost another eight pence a bottle. a shiny newly minted penny
penny
As applied to nails, it originally indicated the price per hundred The term now series as a measure of nail length and is abbreviated by the letter d
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penny
{i} coin of low value; British coin of low value; coin worth one cent (used in USA and Canada); fractional monetary unit of Ireland and the U.K
sit in penniless bench
be very poor, lack all money
sit penniless on a bench
be poor and indigent, live in poverty
penniless