Definition of slum-like in English:

slum-like

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adjective

(Of a place) squalid and overcrowded: the hardships of the poor dwelling in slum-like conditions
More example sentences
  • Once a deprived, slum like area, the Sydney suburb of Paddington is now among the city's most affluent.
  • It will condemn countless children to further years in often slum like school conditions.
  • The landlords had neglected the upkeep a few years back and it had got a bit slum like.

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