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Detailed Translations for indigent from English to Spanish


Translation Matrix for indigent:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
bajo bass; contrabass; sandbank
pobre bolt; bourgeois; clap of thunder; common folk; flash of lightning; pauper; poor fellow; poor wretch; populace; streak; thunderbolt; unfortunate; wretch
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- destitute; impoverished; necessitous; needy; poverty-stricken
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
bajo indigent; needy; pennyless; poor bad; banal; base; behind one's back; below the belt; blackguardly; coarse; crude; cunning; diminutive; false; falsely; foul; gross; inadequate; indecent; inferior; jarring; little; low; low-grade; low-hanging; mean; middling; minuscule; nasty; not high; offensive; pedestrian; poor; ribald; roguish; rotten; scoundrelly; scurvy; secretly; shabby; sharp; short; shortish; shrewd; slippery; sly; small; tiny; trite; trivial; under; underhand; undersized; unmannerly; unsavory; unsavoury; vapid; vicious; vile; villainous; vulgar
delgado indigent; needy; pennyless; poor delicate; flimsy; lean; lightly built; miserable; petite; poor; shabby; slender; slight; small-boned; thin
descarnado indigent; needy; pennyless; poor flimsy; lean; miserable; poor; shabby; thin
débil indigent; needy; pennyless; poor abstemious; awkward; bad; bland; clumsy; delicate; dim; doltish; faded; faint; feeble; fragile; frail; fumbling; gawky; helpless; impotent; in need of help; lurid; needy; not very good; owlish; pale; poor; ragged; ramshackle; requiring help; rickety; sallow; slackly; stiff; tender; unable; uneasy; unhandy; vulnerable; washed out; weak; wobbly; wonky; wooden
escaso indigent; needy; pennyless; poor close by; faint; feeble; few; frail; meager; meagre; near; pale; parched; puny; scarce; sick; skinny; small; thin; to a limited extent; to a small extent; uncommon; wan; weak
indigente destitute; indigent; needy; penniless; poor destitute; distressful; down and out; impoverished; in need of help; miserable; needy; pathetic; penniless; pitiful; requiring help; wretched
menudo indigent; needy; pennyless; poor meager; meagre; minuscule; puny; skinny; thin; tiny
minúsculo indigent; needy; pennyless; poor facetiously; flimsy; infinitesimal; insignificant; lean; little; meager; meagre; minimal; minor; minuscule; miserable; modest; poor; puny; scant; shabby; skinny; slight; small; succinct; terse; thin; tiny; unassuming; unpretentious; very little; very small
necesitado destitute; indigent; needy; penniless; poor in need of help; needy; requiring help
nulo indigent; needy; pennyless; poor empty; facetiously; invalid; meager; meagre; minimal; natural; nil; null; puny; relaxed; skinny; slight; thin; unconstrained; void; zero
pobre indigent; needy; pennyless; poor abominable; come off badly; distressful; few; flimsy; impecunious; lean; lousy; meager; meagre; miserable; paltry; pathetic; pitiful; poor; poverty stricken; puny; ragged; scanty; shabby; shady; skinny; terrible; thin; unsightly; without means; woeful; worst; wretched
pobre como las ratas indigent; pennyless; poverty-stricken; very poor
poco espeso indigent; needy; pennyless; poor delicate; flimsy; lean; meager; meagre; miserable; petite; poor; puny; shabby; skinny; slender; small-boned; thin
poco resistente indigent; needy; pennyless; poor faint; feeble; frail; meager; meagre; pale; puny; ragged; ramshackle; rickety; sick; skinny; thin; wan; weak; wobbly; wonky
reducido indigent; needy; pennyless; poor abated; contracted; decreased; few; flimsy; lean; meager; meagre; miserable; obese; poor; puny; reduced; shabby; skinny; stout; thin

Related Words for "indigent":

  • indigently

Synonyms for "indigent":

Related Definitions for "indigent":

  1. poor enough to need help from others1

Wiktionary Translations for indigent:

  1. a person in need or in poverty
  1. poor; destitute

Cross Translation:
indigent kerjus indigent — Personne dans l’indigence, très pauvre.
indigent pobre; mísero pauvre — Qui est dans la pauvreté.