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Poverty meaning in Urdu

Poverty Sentences

Poverty Synonyms


Poverty Definitions

1) Poverty, Impoverishment, Poorness : مفلسی, غربت : (noun) the state of having little or no money and few or no material possessions.

Imran Khan had made many promises before he became the Prime Minister that no one will remain poor in the country but as soon as he became the Prime Minister, poverty in the country increased a lot.

Useful Words

Deprivation : ضرورت مند ہونا , Indigence : غربت , Beggarly : فقیرانہ , Struggling : زور آزما اور جدوجہد میں لگا ھوا , Slum : پسماندہ لوگوں کی آبادی , Religious : مذہبی , Monasticism : راہبانہ زندگی , Alger : امریکی مصنف ہوریشو , Wealth : دولت , Materialist : مادہ پرست , Bleed : کنگال کر دینا , Affluent : امیر , Acquisitive : املاک یا علم کا شوق رکھنے والا , Miser : کنجوس , Materialism : مادہ پرستی , Cost : دام , Impecuniousness : مفلسی , Dole : حکومتی امداد , Debt : مقروض , Transcendence : برتری , Destitution : مفلسی , Stringency : تنگی , Heat Of Sublimation : گیس بننے کی حرارت , Deprive : محروم کرنا , Have-Not : غریب , Expropriate : بے دخل کرنا , Temporality : دنیوی , Heat Of Vaporisation : ابلنے کی حرارت , Poor : غریب لوگ , Busker : گا بجا کر پیسے مانگنا والا , Parsimoniousness : بخل

Useful Words Definitions

Deprivation: a state of extreme poverty.

Indigence: a state of extreme poverty or destitution.

Beggarly: marked by poverty befitting a beggar.

Struggling: engaged in a struggle to overcome especially poverty or obscurity.

Slum: a district of a city marked by poverty and inferior living conditions.

Religious: a member of a religious order who is bound by vows of poverty and chastity and obedience.

Monasticism: asceticism as a form of religious life; usually conducted in a community under a common rule and characterized by celibacy and poverty and obedience.

Alger: United States author of inspirational adventure stories for boys; virtue and hard work overcome poverty (1832-1899).

Wealth: the state of being rich and affluent; having a plentiful supply of material goods and money.

Materialist: someone with great regard for material possessions.

Bleed: get or extort (money or other possessions) from someone.

Affluent: having an abundant supply of money or possessions of value.

Acquisitive: eager to acquire and possess things especially material possessions or ideas.

Miser: a stingy hoarder of money and possessions (often living miserably).

Materialism: a desire for wealth and material possessions with little interest in ethical or spiritual matters.

Cost: the property of having material worth (often indicated by the amount of money something would bring if sold).

Impecuniousness: a state of lacking money.

Dole: money received from the state.

Debt: the state of owing something (especially money).

Transcendence: a state of being or existence above and beyond the limits of material experience.

Destitution: a state without friends or money or prospects.

Stringency: a state occasioned by scarcity of money and a shortage of credit.

Heat Of Sublimation: heat absorbed by a unit mass of material when it changes from a solid to a gaseous state.

Deprive: take away possessions from someone.

Have-Not: a person with few or no possessions.

Expropriate: deprive of possessions.

Temporality: the worldly possessions of a church.

Heat Of Vaporisation: heat absorbed by a unit mass of a material at its boiling point in order to convert the material into a gas at the same temperature.

Poor: people without possessions or wealth (considered as a group).

Busker: a person who entertains people for money in public places (as by singing or dancing), usually while asking for money.

Parsimoniousness: extreme care in spending money; reluctance to spend money unnecessarily.

Poverty in Book Titles

Poverty, Inequality and Policy.
Out of Poverty: What Works When Traditional Approaches Fail.

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