Hay 2 definiciones de meagre en inglés:

meagre1

Saltos de línea: meagre
Pronunciación: /ˈmiːɡə
 
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(US meager)

adjetivo

1(Of something provided or available) lacking in quantity or quality: they were forced to supplement their meagre earnings
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • All the same he would queue up with the other drones for hours to receive his meagre earnings.
  • He had laid off some heavy bets recently and his meagre earnings as a postman would not cover them.
  • Through the solid floor of the abode, the chill of winter seeped in, fettered little by the meagre warmth provided by the fire.
Sinónimos
inadequate, scanty, scant, paltry, limited, restricted, modest, insufficient, sparse, spare, deficient, negligible, insubstantial, skimpy, short, little, lean, small, slight, slender, poor, miserable, pitiful, puny, miserly, niggardly, beggarly
informal measly, stingy, pathetic, piddling
rare exiguous
1.1(Of a person, animal, or part of the body) lean; thin: a tall, meagre, but erect man
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • She had a slim and meager body, her neck was long, and her cheekbones were easily distinguished.
  • She seemed so meagre and weak, like her body had lost that glow.
Sinónimos

Origen

Middle English (in the sense 'lean'): from Old French maigre, from Latin macer.

Derivativos

meagrely

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • But elsewhere, it wasn't taken seriously and anti-virus programs were used meagrely in the eastern part of the globe.
  • It was meagerly furnished, but comfortable and cozy.
  • He lives very meagerly and asks no buddy for help, they don't care.

Definición de meagre en:

Hay 2 definiciones de meagre en inglés:

meagre2

Saltos de línea: meagre
Pronunciación: /ˈmiːɡə
 
/

sustantivo

British
Another term for kabeljou.

Origen

mid 16th century: from French, noun use of maigre 'lean, thin'.

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