Translation for 'poor' from English to Bulgarian
ADJ   poor | poorer | poorest
NOUN   - | the poor
SYNO hapless | inadequate | miserable | ...
poor {adj}жалък
poor {adj}беден
poor {adj} [inadequate] незначителен [слаб, незадоволителен]
poor {adj} [quality]недоброкачествен
poor bastard {noun} [except Am.] [coll.]окаян човек {м}
poor wretch {noun}беден човек {м}
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Usage Examples English
  • The Act for the Relief of the Poor 1597 was a piece of poor law legislation in England and Wales.
  • Following the Poor Law Amendment Act 1834 Knightwick Parish ceased to be responsible for maintaining the poor in its parish. This responsibility was transferred to Martley Poor Law Union.
  • Following the Poor Law Amendment Act 1834, Grimley Parish ceased to be responsible for maintaining the poor in its parish. This responsibility was transferred to Martley Poor Law Union.
  • Sir George Nicholls (31 December 1781 – 24 March 1865) was a British Poor Law Commissioner after the passing of the Poor Law Amendment Act.
  • The Poor Relief Act 1601 consolidated earlier poor relief legislation and introduced a system of rating property.

  • In England, overseers of the poor administered poor relief such as money, food and clothing as part of the Poor Law system. The position was created by the Act for the Relief of the Poor 1597.
  • Richner waged war on the large aid agencies, claiming that their policies of poor health care for poor people in poor countries are both illogical and immoral.
  • Under the Poor Relief (Ireland) Act 1838, counties were divided into poor law unions, which were in turn composed of poor law electoral division.
  • Equateur was still a very poor province, rich in people and water, but poor in dry land that could be cultivated and poor in infrastructure.
  • Poor performance by students from disadvantaged schools traps marginalized groups in perpetual poverty.

  • "Fattigauktion", as well as a number of other outdated practices within poor care such as "rotegång" and poor houses, was abolished by the reformed Poor Law of 1918.
  • 1847 års fattigvårdförordning (English: "Poor relief regulation of 1847") was a Swedish Poor Law which organized the public poor relief system in Sweden.
  • The suit alleges the building does not have an actual "poor door" but does still segregate its tenants through a "poor address" and "poor floors".
  • It was a single parish for poor law following the Poor Law Amendment Act 1834 until 1868 when it became part of the Strand Poor Law Union.
  • He could only afford call sheets from the rundown Sundara Sound Studios and a South Indian crew that had no experience with location shooting. Poor photography, poor editing and poor processing resulted.

  • The participants from both sub-groups all held similar views in relation to the public transport; that of bus overcrowding, poor connections, poor timing, and poor route design impacted negatively on their perceptions and opinions of public transport.
  • As at 4 September 2013, the exterior was moderate to poor condition; and the interior was poor to very poor condition.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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