Translation of pauper in Spanish:

pauper

Pronunciation: /ˈpɔːpər; ˈpɔːpə(r)/

n

  • pobre (mf), indigente (mf) pauper's grave fosa (f) común
    More example sentences
    • Disease spread rapidly among the half starved and half clothed paupers.
    • And the heat went out of the pursuit eventually, and when he died in 1762, although a pauper, he was no longer a fugitive.
    • This means people will not belong to any of the classes or professions, but will simply be poor and helpless paupers.

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