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poor - Słownik angielsko-polski PARKpoor - n (collect the ~) pl ubodzy, biedota.adj 1. (indigent)ubogi, biedny. 2. (unfortunate, deserving of sympathy)biedny, nieszczęsny:~ fellow biedny facet. 3. (small, scanty) niewielki, kiepski, ograniczony: a ~ supply marne zapasy; a ~ harvest kiepskie zbiory. 4. (of low quality)marny, lichy, kiepski, słaby: ~ soil jałowa gleba; ~ health słabe zdrowie.~ cpds~ box n skarbonka na datki dla biednych; ~-house n przytułek dla ubogich.
poor - Słownik angielsko-polski EXETERwhip-poor-will - lelek kozodój (zool.)
poor - [puə(r)] biedny, ubogi, słaby, nędzny, niedobry, skąpy, marny, niski (jakość)
poor relation - gorszy od porównywanego
poor - Uniwersalny słownik angielsko-polskipoor - [pʊəɸ] adj ubogi; kiepski, marny; nędzny; biedny, nieszczęśliwy; poor thing biedactwo | n pl: the poor biedni
poor - Słownik angielsko-polski mLinguapoor cooling - Chłodzenie niedostateczne
poor - Wojskowy słownik angielsko-polskipoor - [p8@*] adj lichy; niema-jący znaczenia; nędzny; bied-ny
poor - Nowy angielsko-polski słownik idiomów i zwrotówpoor beggar - biedak, biedaczysko
poor thing pot. - biedactwo
poor bugger bryt. - biedak, biedaczysko
poor - Słownik nieruchomości angielsko-polskipoor quality - niska jakość
poor - Angielsko-polski słownik religijnysituation of the poor - położenie ubogich
devoted to the service of the poor - adj. oddany służbie ubogim
centre; of poor relief - ośrodek pomocy dla biednych
care for the poor - troska o biednych, troska o ubogich
mercy to the poor - współczucie dla ubogich
Bible of the poor - łac. (Biblia pauperum) Biblia ubogich
taking the side of the poor - branie strony ubogiego
love for the poor - umiłowanie ubogich
contribution for the poor and needy - składka na biednych i potrzebujących
dedication to the poor - poświęcenie się ubogim
time, poor - czas marny
vow of service to the poor - ślub posługi ubogim
poor - Wordnet Dictionarypoor devil - someone you feel sorry for
poor person - a person with few or no possessions
poor law - a law providing support for the poor
poor rates - (British) a local tax for the relief of the poor
poor-spirited - lacking in courage and manly strength and resolution
poor man - a person who is very poor
poor speller - someone who spells words
poor white - an offensive term for White people who are impoverished
poor white trash - an offensive term for White people who are impoverished
poor boy - a large sandwich made of a long crusty roll split lengthwise and filled with meats and cheese (and tomato and onion and lettuce and condiments)
in poor taste - lacking aesthetic or social taste
poor man's weatherglass - herb with scarlet or white or purple blossoms that close at approach of rainy weather
poor - Webster's Dictionary of EnglishLand-poor - (a.) Pecuniarily embarrassed through owning much unprofitable land.
Whip-poor-will - (n.) An American bird (Antrostomus vociferus) allied to the nighthawk and goatsucker; -- so called in imitation of the peculiar notes which it utters in the evening.
Poor - (superl.) Destitute of property; wanting in material riches or goods; needy; indigent., (superl.) So completely destitute of property as to be entitled to maintenance from the public., (superl.) Destitute of such qualities as are desirable, or might naturally be expected, (superl.) Wanting in fat, plumpness, or fleshiness; lean; emaciated; meager; as, a poor horse, ox, dog, etc., (superl.) Wanting in strength or vigor; feeble; dejected; as, poor health; poor spirits., (superl.) Of little value or worth; not good; inferior; shabby; mean; as, poor clothes; poor lodgings., (superl.) Destitute of fertility; exhausted; barren; sterile; -- said of land; as, poor soil., (superl.) Destitute of beauty, fitness, or merit; as, a poor discourse; a poor picture., (superl.) Without prosperous conditions or good results; unfavorable; unfortunate; unconformable; as, a poor business; the sick man had a poor night., (superl.) Inadequate; insufficient; insignificant; as, a poor excuse., (superl.) Worthy of pity or sympathy; -- used also sometimes as a term of endearment, or as an expression of modesty, and sometimes as a word of contempt., (superl.) Free from self-assertion; not proud or arrogant; meek., (n.) A small European codfish (Gadus minutus); -- called also power cod.
Poor-spirited - (a.) Of a mean spirit; cowardly; base.
Poor-will - (n.) A bird of the Western United States (Phalaenoptilus Nutalli) allied to the whip-poor-will.
Poor-john - (n.) A small European fish, similar to the cod, but of inferior quality.
Poor-willie - (n.) The bar-tailed godwit.
poor - Easton's 1897 Bible DictionaryPoor - The Mosaic legislation regarding the poor is specially important. (1.) They had the right of gleaning the fields (Lev. 19:9, 10; Deut. 24:19,21). (2.) In the sabbatical year they were to have their share of the produce of the fields and the vineyards (Ex. 23:11; Lev. 25:6). (3.) In the year of jubilee they recovered their property (Lev. 25:25-30). (4.) Usury was forbidden, and the pledged raiment was to be returned before the sun went down (Ex. 22:25-27; Deut. 24:10-13). The rich were to be generous to the poor (Deut. 15:7-11). (5.) In the sabbatical and jubilee years the bond-servant was to go free (Deut. 15:12-15; Lev. 25:39-42, 47-54). (6.) Certain portions from the tithes were assigned to the poor (Deut. 14:28, 29; 26:12, 13). (7.) They shared in the feasts (Deut. 16:11, 14; Neh. 8:10). (8.) Wages were to be paid at the close of each day (Lev. 19:13). In the New Testament (Luke 3:11; 14:13; Acts 6:1; Gal. 2:10; James 2:15, 16) we have similar injunctions given with reference to the poor. Begging was not common under the Old Testament, while it was so in the New Testament times (Luke 16:20, 21, etc.). But begging in the case of those who are able to work is forbidden, and all such are enjoined to "work with their own hands" as a Christian duty (1 Thess. 4:11; 2 Thess. 3:7-13; Eph. 4:28). This word is used figuratively in Matt. 5:3; Luke 6:20; 2 Cor. 8:9; Rev. 3:17.
poor - Słownik internautówpoor line - zła łączność, zła słyszalność
poor reception - zły odbiór
poor - biedny; marny, lichy
poor - Otwarty słownik angielsko-polskipoor - ubogi
poor - słaby
poor - zły
poor - marny
poor - nędzny
poor - nieznaczący
poor - siermiężny
poor - biedny
poor - kiepski
poor - lichy