Translation of worse-off in Spanish:
adjective predicative worse off
- 1.1 (financially)(citizens/worker)I ended up $50 worse-off o worse-off by $50en peor posición económicawe're worse off than them o than they aresalí perdiendo 50 dólares1.2 (emotionally, physically) (predicative) to be worse offestamos en peor posición económica que elloshe'd be worse off here than at homeestar peorwe'd be no worse off for a change of routineestaría peor aquí que en casano nos vendría mal un cambio en la rutina
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