el diccionario polaco - inglés

język polski - English

biedny inglés:

1. poor poor

I'm poor.
His lackadaisical attitude to studying explains his poor grades.
Once upon a time, there lived a poor man and a rich woman.
Your poor memory is due to poor listening habits.
Mary is not poor. On the contrary, she is quite rich.
Such an economic program will help the rich at the expense of the poor.
It makes no difference to me whether you are rich or poor.
Poor Japanese immigrants were willing to work for low pay.
Something you should know about me is that my greatest fear in life is that people will find out that I'm poor.
He managed to pass his driving test even though he was a poor driver.
Poor Tom's been trying to get to sleep for three hours now.
A poor school record will count against you when you look for a job.
Young people are often poor judges of their own abilities.
Blindness is responsible for a staggering toll of poor health, suffering, and loss of dignity and diminution in the quality of lives of people worldwide.
Poor is not the one who has too little, but the one who wants too much.

Inglés palabrabiedny"(poor) ocurre en conjuntos:

Enterprise 1 - Companion - Unit 10
unit 10 słówka których nie rozumiem
Fiszki z książki - "Rose Clark" (Fanny Fern)

2. indigent indigent

Because he was indigent, the court appointed a lawyer to defend him
One of the things I was most interested in was depression among the indigent.

Inglés palabrabiedny"(indigent) ocurre en conjuntos:

A field guide to the british - introduction
Force equals mass times acceleration.
Fiszki z książki - "History of Texas Land" (Bill A...
Proficiency Course by Bywater 1
Fiszki z książki - "Six Bad Husbands and Six Unhap...

3. miserable miserable

She felt miserable.
1. She's miserable living on her own. 2. Miserable weather. / What a miserable existence! How could anyone live in such awful conditions? / 3. The book was a miserable failure.
but most mohandas's work was in Ollivant's court and he felt miserable and helpless
So long as men worship the Caesars and Napoleons, Caesars and Napoleons will duly rise and make them miserable.
She was looking miserable sitting in the middle of this snowstorm, so I threw a small coin at her.
It's absolutely miserable outside; cold, wet rain is no good for drinking beer on the plaza with your friends.
Those who have given themselves the most concern about the happiness of people have made their friends very miserable.
I had tried to avoid thinking that as much as possible but as soon as I faced it I started to feel miserable.
miserable ​weather; When I'm ​feeling miserable I go ​shopping and ​spoil myself - a ​couple of new ​dresses always make me ​feel ​better.
The definition of miserable is someone or something that is unhappy, suffering or in a condition of misery, or something that is bad or inferior.
Let's face it – travelling by car or by public transport can be really miserable!
You are miserable coz you don't have money but you have something you can't buy- a family. Appreciate this.
"I don't want to make him miserable, I want to put him on his guard!" retorted Mr. Weasley.

4. poor you poor you

5. destitute

destitute people
People became destitute, and many of them lost almost everything they had.
‘The English aristocracy of the 19th century cared little for the poor and destitute