Translation for 'hard up' from English to Russian
SYNO hard up | impecunious | in straitened circumstances | ...
бедный {adj} [нуждающийся]hard up [coll.] [having very little money]
Partial Matches
твёрдый {adj} [не мягкий]hard
старательный {adj} [усердный]hard-working
строительная каска {ж}
hard hat
каска {ж}
hard hat
защитный шлем {ж}
hard hat
глуховатый {adj} [о человеке]hard-of-hearing
очень строго обращаться с кем-л.to be very hard on sb.
Брань на вороту не виснет.
Hard words break no bones.
unverified весьма сурово обходиться с кем-тоto be very hard on sb [coll.]
unverified очень грубо обращаться с кем-тоto be very hard on sb [coll.]
Тяжёлые времена [Чарльз Диккенс]
Hard Times - For These Times [Charles Dickens]
Eму пришлось тяжело.He has had a hard time of it.
твёрдый знак {м} <Ъ, ъ>
hard sign <Ъ, ъ>
наверх {adv}up
unverified поднимать вопросto bring up
unverified давать приют (гостям)to put up
Руки вверх!Hands up!
unverified замедлитьto hold up
unverified разоблачать [несов.]to show up
копить [несов.]to save up
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Usage Examples English
  • The square was a shelter for escaped convicts, broken citizens and other hard up people.
  • The first heavy depth charge jammed the hydroplanes hard up.
  • Sayers said of Wimsey that "at the time I was particularly hard up and it gave me pleasure to spend his fortune for him.
  • Meanwhile, the textile workers were becoming more and more prosperous and paid less and less attention to their hard up and increasingly impotent landlords.
  • After over 200 first team appearances, he joined Manchester City in March 1987 for a fee of £200,000, then a welcomed record for hard-up Blackpool, but he was unable to keep City in the First Division.

  • Critics charge that Republic uses aggressive marketing techniques to promote high-interest loans, such as payday loans and tax refund anticipation loans to "hard-up borrowers".
  • In December 2019, it was reported that Hill was to play Baron Hard-up in "Cinderella 2 – The Mrs Charming Years" at Kenton Theatre in Henley on Thames.
  • Hard up for cash, the crew of the "Serenity" takes on a job from Simon: break into an Alliance hospital on the central planet of Ariel so Simon can perform a thorough diagnostic of River and the crew can loot the valuable stores of medicine.
  • The Pakistan Sports Board is supported by the Pakistan Sports Trust, which assists hard up players and associations so they can continue participating in sports.
  • Cantonese contributions include "amui" ("girl") and "laissi" ("gift of cash"). English-derived terms include "adap" (from "hard-up", meaning "short of money") and "afet" ("fat").

  • Fans who would otherwise have had to pay to see the games periodically watched the action from a CSX railroad line hard up against the south wall of the stadium.
  • Carl Kimlinger of Anime News Network said that the first volume will only appeal to sword-and-sorcery fans who are hard up for some entertainment.
  • In Britain, Hubert Culverdale (Antonio Moreno) is the hard-up and hard-to-please milord who marries luscious Vanessa Levy (Pauline Starke) for financial reasons only.
  • She explains how she was hard up for money and agreed to help Lionel Lawson in a plot to murder Harry Josephs.
  • Nicky Brooke (Michael Redgrave) a wealthy young man who despite his engagement to the aristocratic (and broke) Lady Constance Westaker (Margaret Vyner) falls for hard-up model Diana Castles (Jessie Matthews) after nearly running her over with his car.

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    Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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