Translation of hardship in Spanish:

hardship

Pronunciation: /ˈhɑːrdʃɪp; ˈhɑːdʃɪp/

n

uncountable or countable/no numerable o numerable
  • they experienced o suffered great hardship pasaron muchos apuros or muchas dificultades or privaciones the hardships of the voyage/their captivity las penurias del viaje/de su cautiverio cases of genuine financial hardship los casos de verdadera penuria (económica) surely it's no great hardship for you to pay him a visit no es mucho pedir que vayas a verlo, creo yo (before noun/delante del nombre) hardship fund fondo (masculine) de solidaridad (para casos de gran penuria económica) hardship postcargo que se desempeña en un lugar donde las condiciones de vida son difíciles
    More example sentences
    • For a man who has suffered genuine hardship, our reaction over the past week must seem almost obscene.
    • In Scotland and beyond football is suffering financial hardship at the moment.
    • Both men are currently off sick with stress and also suffering financial hardship.

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