Definición de subsistence en inglés:

subsistence

Saltos de línea: sub¦sist|ence
Pronunciación: /səbˈsɪst(ə)ns
 
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sustantivo

[mass noun]
1The action or fact of maintaining or supporting oneself, especially at a minimal level: the minimum income needed for subsistence
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • How can you have free trade, and bring the cost of goods down, by giving people wages, which are below the level of subsistence, and maintain that population?
  • It's a very efficient dormitory facility and a secondary means of subsistence for people who do other work.
  • These comprise the means of subsistence, habitation, clothing and defense.
Sinónimos
maintenance, keep, upkeep, support, livelihood, living, board, board and lodging; sustenance, nourishment, nutriment, provisions, supplies, food, food and drink, fare, bread; Scottishvivers
rare aliment
1.1The means of maintaining or supporting oneself: the garden provided not only subsistence but a little cash crop
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The pittance paid out in compensation for retrenchment has provided barely a few months subsistence, with former employees being thrown into abject poverty.
  • I wonder if these were partly caused by the urban residents themselves who have long since shown little concern, even disdain, for those who trade physical labour for subsistence.
  • Although most own very small fields, rights even in these can provide supplementary subsistence.
Sinónimos
survival, existence, living, life; sustenance, nourishment, diet
1.2 [as modifier] Denoting or relating to production at a level sufficient only for one’s own use or consumption, without any surplus for trade: subsistence agriculture
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The decline in subsistence production for domestic consumption means that people are doubly disappointed, as they need to buy rice and have no income.
  • Costs of living differ radically, and where subsistence production accounts for a large part of the food supply, GNP grossly underestimates wealth.
  • They have a fallback in subsistence production and other cash crops, such as cocoa and copra.
2chiefly Law The state of remaining in force or effect: rights of occupation normally only continue during the subsistence of the marriage
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The bank's lien would, after all, continue only during the subsistence of the debenture, which the debtor would at all times have the right to redeem.
  • The only duty to the former client which survives the termination of the client relationship is a continuing duty to preserve the confidentiality of information imparted during its subsistence.
  • That preliminary record is then published with the object of inviting comments and objections from persons interested either in the subsistence of the right of way or to deny its subsistence.

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