Translation for 'homeless' from English to Russian
SYNO dispossessed | homeless | homeless person | ...
бездомный {adj} [о человеке]homeless
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Translation for 'homeless' from English to Russian

бездомный {adj} [о человеке]
Usage Examples English
  • Its members are all homeless, ex-homeless or at risk of becoming homeless people.
  • Housing for Health is a LADHS program that provides chronically homeless patients with housing.
  • The Home Visiting for Homeless Families Demonstration Project partners with providers of home visits in the Chicago community and homeless shelters to bring medical resources to homeless families.
  • Homeless people, and homeless organizations, are sometimes accused or convicted of fraudulent behaviour.
  • Eric Jonathan Sheptock (born February 15, 1969) is an American advocate for the homeless. Sheptock is currently homeless, and often referred to as a homeless, homeless advocate.

  • At the age of 23, he started working for the betterment of homeless kids.
  • It became Wintringham’s mantra that clients are “aged and homeless” and not “homeless and aged” and therefore should be part of Australia’s mainstream federal aged care funding program and not the homeless services system.
  • Five homeless people are also trapped in the park. They were rehearsing a musical based on the movie "Soylent Green" because their leader believes the mayor is trying to solve the homeless problem in the city by kidnapping homeless people and then chopping them up and serving them to other homeless people in a stew.
  • In 1990, St. Luke's Chapel provided a homeless shelter for homeless women and children. At that time, the chapel was affiliated with The Coalition for the Homeless in Stamford.
  • The "Homeless Grapevine" was a street newspaper sold by homeless in Cleveland, Ohio, United States.

  • Anti-homeless architecture is an urban design strategy that is intended to discourage loitering, camping, and sleeping in public.
  • Discrimination against homeless people is the act of treating homeless people, or people perceived to be homeless, unfavorably.
  • Like most street newspapers, it is written mostly by the homeless and is sold by homeless vendors; it has also been supported by a grant from the Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation.
  • In western countries such as the United States, the typical homeless person is male and single, with the Netherlands reporting 80 percent of homeless people aged 18 [...] 65 to be men.
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