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hunger British & World English

A feeling of discomfort or weakness caused by lack of food, coupled with the desire to eat

hunger after/for in hunger British & World English

Have a strong desire or craving for

hunger march British & World English

A march undertaken by a group of people in protest against unemployment or poverty, especially any of those by unemployed workers in Britain during the 1920s and 1930s

hunger strike British & World English

A prolonged refusal to eat, carried out as a protest by a prisoner

hunger English Thesaurus

she was faint with hunger

hunger English-Spanish

hambre feminine (with masculine article in the singular)

hunger strike English-Spanish

huelga feminine de hambre

hunger striker English-Spanish

huelguista masculine and feminine de hambre

hunger after/for in hunger English Thesaurus

all actors hunger for such a role

he was weak with hunger in weak English-Spanish

se sentía débil del hambre que tenía

he was faint with hunger in faint English-Spanish

estaba desfallecido de hambre

to be crazed with hunger/thirst in crazed English-Spanish

estar* enloquecido de hambre/sed

to be/go on (a) hunger strike in hunger strike English-Spanish

estar* haciendo/hacer* huelga de hambre

their bellies were swollen with hunger in swell English-Spanish

tenían los vientres hinchados por el hambre

she ate a carrot to stave off the hunger pangs in stave English-Spanish

comió una zanahoria para engañar el estómago

she ate a carrot to stave off the hunger pangs in stave off English-Spanish

comió una zanahoria para engañar el estómago

hunger and lack of sleep had depleted his strength in deplete English-Spanish

el hambre y la falta de sueño lo habían debilitado