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miserable

  • 1 miserable

    miserable

    Vocabulario Castellano-Catalán > miserable

  • 2 miserable

    adj.
    1 poor (pobre).
    2 miserable (penoso, insuficiente).
    3 contemptible, base (vil).
    4 mean (tacaño).
    5 miserly, mean, stingy.
    6 meager, scant.
    f. & m.
    1 wretch, vile person (persona vil).
    2 mean person, miser (tacaño).
    * * *
    1 (desdichado) miserable
    2 (insignificante) miserly; (tacaño) mean
    3 (malvado) wretched
    1 (malvado) wretch
    2 (tacaño) miser
    * * *
    adj.
    1) miserable, wretched
    * * *
    1. ADJ
    1) (=tacaño) mean, stingy; (=avaro) miserly
    2) [sueldo] miserable, paltry
    3) (=vil) vile, despicable
    4) [lugar, habitación] squalid, wretched
    5) (=desdichado) wretched
    2. SMF
    1) (=desgraciado) wretch
    2) (=canalla) swine, wretch

    ¡miserable! — you miserable wretch!

    * * *
    I
    a) ( pobre) < vivienda> miserable, wretched; < sueldo> paltry, miserable
    b) ( avaro) mean, stingy (colloq)
    c) ( malvado) malicious, nasty
    II
    masculino y femenino wretch, scoundrel
    * * *
    = mean [meaner -comp., meanest -sup.], miserable, squalid, mean-spirited, paltry [paltrier -comp., paltriest -sup.], measly [measlier -comp., measliest -sup.], dastardly, cheapskate.
    Ex. Whereas in most European countries during this period welfare provision continued to develop, in Australia it languished at a level which, with the exception of Japan, was the meanest of the developed countries.
    Ex. Sometimes of an evening, after my miserable journeyings through the day, I would stand for hours in the Strand, leaning against the shutters of a closed shop, and watching the compositors at work by gaslight on the opposite side of the way, upon a morning paper.
    Ex. The author examines Whistler's visits to the more squalid sections of the city, his views along the Thames and his portrayals of street urchins.
    Ex. Don't waste your time on this mean-spirited little film of no consequence.
    Ex. And there is no guarantee that any of the paltry sums of extra money available will actually benefit the workers in the recipient countries.
    Ex. Despite the Bank of England's base rate having risen by a full percentage point, the average savings rate is still ' measly'.
    Ex. A dastardly livery driver raped a 30-year-old woman passenger on Jan. 31, cops said.
    Ex. Most of these cheapskates will not come right out and tell you that they don't want to pay anything for your software.
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    * fracaso miserable = miserable failure.
    * llevar una vida miserable = live + wretched existence.
    * * *
    I
    a) ( pobre) < vivienda> miserable, wretched; < sueldo> paltry, miserable
    b) ( avaro) mean, stingy (colloq)
    c) ( malvado) malicious, nasty
    II
    masculino y femenino wretch, scoundrel
    * * *
    = mean [meaner -comp., meanest -sup.], miserable, squalid, mean-spirited, paltry [paltrier -comp., paltriest -sup.], measly [measlier -comp., measliest -sup.], dastardly, cheapskate.

    Ex: Whereas in most European countries during this period welfare provision continued to develop, in Australia it languished at a level which, with the exception of Japan, was the meanest of the developed countries.

    Ex: Sometimes of an evening, after my miserable journeyings through the day, I would stand for hours in the Strand, leaning against the shutters of a closed shop, and watching the compositors at work by gaslight on the opposite side of the way, upon a morning paper.
    Ex: The author examines Whistler's visits to the more squalid sections of the city, his views along the Thames and his portrayals of street urchins.
    Ex: Don't waste your time on this mean-spirited little film of no consequence.
    Ex: And there is no guarantee that any of the paltry sums of extra money available will actually benefit the workers in the recipient countries.
    Ex: Despite the Bank of England's base rate having risen by a full percentage point, the average savings rate is still ' measly'.
    Ex: A dastardly livery driver raped a 30-year-old woman passenger on Jan. 31, cops said.
    Ex: Most of these cheapskates will not come right out and tell you that they don't want to pay anything for your software.
    * fracaso miserable = miserable failure.
    * llevar una vida miserable = live + wretched existence.

    * * *
    1 (pobre) ‹vivienda› miserable, wretched; ‹sueldo› paltry, miserable
    2 (avaro) mean, stingy ( colloq)
    3 (malvado) malicious, nasty
    wretch, scoundrel, nasty piece of work ( colloq)
    * * *

    miserable adjetivo

    sueldo paltry, miserable
    b) ( avaro) mean, stingy (colloq)


    ■ sustantivo masculino y femenino
    wretch, scoundrel
    miserable
    I adjetivo
    1 (lástimoso, pobre) wretched, poor: gana un sueldo miserable, she earns a miserable salary
    2 (malvado, ruin) despicable
    un comportamiento miserable, despicable behaviour
    3 (avariento) mean
    II mf
    1 (mezquino) miser
    2 (canalla) wretch, scoundrel: un miserable le robó la bicicleta, some scoundrel stole his bicycle
    ' miserable' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    astrosa
    - astroso
    - escoria
    - mezquina
    - mezquino
    - mísera
    - miseria
    - mísero
    - pajolera
    - pajolero
    - chancho
    - triste
    English:
    abject
    - miser
    - miserable
    - niggardly
    - skimpy
    - squalid
    - stingy
    - bleak
    - sorry
    * * *
    adj
    1. [pobre] poor;
    [vivienda] wretched, squalid
    2. [penoso, insuficiente] miserable
    3. [vil] contemptible, base
    4. [tacaño] mean
    nmf
    1. [persona vil] wretch, vile person
    2. [tacaño] mean person, miser
    * * *
    I adj wretched
    II m/f
    1 ( tacaño) skinflint
    2 ( canalla) swine
    * * *
    1) lastimoso: miserable, wretched
    2) : paltry, meager
    3) mezquino: stingy, miserly
    4) : despicable, vile

    Spanish-English dictionary > miserable

  • 3 miserable

    1. mise'rable adj
    armselig, erbärmlich, kümmerlich
    2. mise'rable m
    1) ( avaro) Knauserer m, Geizhals m
    2) (vil, ruin) Schurke m, Lump m, elender Kerl m
    adjetivo
    1. [pobre] ärmlich
    2. [penoso, insuficiente] erbärmlich
    3. [ruin] schäbig
    ————————
    sustantivo masculino y femenino
    1. [tacaño] Geizhals der
    2. [ruin] Lump der
    miserable
    miserable [mise'raβle]
    num1num (pobre) ärmlich
    num2num (lamentable) erbärmlich
    num3num (tacaño) knauserig
    num4num (poco, mísero) schäbig; un sueldo miserable ein Hungerlohn
    num1num (desdichado) Pechvogel masculino familiar; (que da pena) bedauernswerter Mensch masculino
    num2num (canalla) gemeiner Mensch masculino

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > miserable

  • 4 miserable

    1. adj
    1) несча́стный; бе́дный

    ¡miserable de mí! — го́ре мне!

    2) tb antepos жа́лкий; убо́гий; плаче́вный; ( о жаловании и т п) ску́дный
    3) жа́дный; скупо́й; прижи́мистый

    mostrarse miserable — жа́дничать

    4) по́длый; ни́зкий
    2. com pred
    1) несча́стный, несча́стная; бедня́га
    2) подле́ц; негодя́й, негодя́йка; мерза́вец, мерза́вка
    3) скупе́ц; скря́га м и ж

    Diccionario Español-Ruso de Uso Moderno > miserable

  • 5 miserable

    1. adj
    1) несчастный, жалкий, убогий
    2) ничтожный, презренный
    4) подлый, низкий
    2. m
    1) несчастный; бедняга (разг.)
    2) негодяй, подлец

    БИРС > miserable

  • 6 miserable

    1. adj
    1) несчастный, жалкий, убогий
    2) ничтожный, презренный
    3) жадный, скупой, прижимистый
    4) подлый, низкий
    2. m
    1) несчастный; бедняга (разг.)
    2) негодяй, подлец

    Universal diccionario español-ruso > miserable

  • 7 miserable

    прил.
    1) общ. мизерный, негодяй, несчастный, нищий, подлый, сирый, униженный, неприглядный (малопривлекательный), мизерный (скудный; тж. ничтожный), убогий (тж. жалкий), бедный, жалкий, ничтожный, презренный
    2) разг. (жалкий, ничтожный) несчастный, мерзавец, ханурик
    3) перен. нищенский
    4) прост. голодранец

    Испанско-русский универсальный словарь > miserable

  • 8 miserable

    • beggarly
    • cheap skate
    • crummy
    • cur
    • grotesqueness
    • grouch
    • miser
    • miserly
    • stingy
    • wrestling
    • wrestling match
    • wretched
    • wretchedly

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > miserable

  • 9 miserable

    • lakotný
    • skoupý
    m
    • bídník
    • bídák
    • lakomec
    • lakota
    • ubožák
    * * *
    • bídný (život)
    • mizerný (plat apod.)
    • nešťastný (život)
    • podlý (o jednání apod.)
    • ubohý (plat apod.)
    • špinavý (o jednání apod.)

    Diccionario español-checo > miserable

  • 10 miserable

    adj. Mich'a. Obs: no debe usarse maqlla en lugar de este término.

    Diccionario Quechua-Espanol > miserable

  • 11 Miserable

    Q'uya, jari jakaskiri khuyawäña, usuwäña, pacha khuya, wajcha khuya vel wajcha qisa.
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    * Vide: escaso.

    Vocabulario Spanish-Aymara > Miserable

  • 12 miserable

    1. adj 1) жалък, унизен; 2) беден, нещастен; 3) нищожен, мизерен; 4) презрян, подъл; 2. m негодник, подлец.

    Diccionario español-búlgaro > miserable

Mira otros diccionarios:

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  • miserable — Miserable. adj. de tout genre. Malheureux, qui est dans la misere, dans la souffrance. Une miserable famille ruinée. c est une miserable condition que celle de l homme. il mene, il traisne une vie bien miserable. On dit, qu Un homme a fait une… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • miserable — miserable, wretched both describe something (as a person s state of health or of mind, a state of affairs, a human being with reference to his condition or character, or a thing compared with others of its kind) that is deplorably or contemptibly …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • miserable — adjetivo 1. Que es muy pobre o tiene un aspecto muy pobre: casa miserable. Esa familia vive en un barrio muy miserable. Sinónimo: mísero. 2. Que está abatido, sin ánimo, ni fuerza, o se encuentra en malas condiciones físicas o morales: Me los… …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • Miserable — Mis er*a*ble, a. [F. mis[ e]rable, L. miserabilis, fr. miserari to lament, pity, fr. miser wretched. See {Miser}.] [1913 Webster] 1. Very unhappy; wretched; living in misery. [1913 Webster] What hopes delude thee, miserable man? Dryden. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • miserable — Miserable, com. gen. penac. Miser, Miserandus, AErumnosus. Miserable, qui esmeut à pitié et compassion, Miserabilis. Aussi miserable que moy, Miser aeque atque ego. Y a il homme du monde aussi miserable? An quisquam gentium est aeque miser? Chose …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • miserable — [miz′ər ə bəl, miz′rəbəl] adj. [Fr misérable < L miserabilis, pitiable < miserari, to pity < miser, wretched] 1. in a condition of misery; wretched, unhappy, suffering, etc. 2. causing misery, discomfort, or suffering [miserable weather] …   English World dictionary

  • Miserable — may refer to: Miserable (song), a song by Lit Mr. Miserable, a fictional character in the children s book Mr. Happy by Roger Hargreaves See also Les Misérables (disambiguation) Los Miserables, a Chilean punk band This …   Wikipedia

  • miserable — (adj.) early 15c., full of misery, causing wretchedness (of conditions), from O.Fr. miserable prone to pity, merciful, and directly from L. miserabilis pitiable, miserable, deplorable, lamentable, from miserari to pity, lament, deplore, from… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Miserable — Mis er*a*ble, n. A miserable person. [Obs.] Sterne. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • miserable — [adj1] unhappy, depressed afflicted, agonized, ailing, anguished, brokenhearted, crestfallen, dejected, desolate, despairing, despondent, destroyed, disconsolate, discontented, distressed, doleful, dolorous, down, downcast, down in the mouth*,… …   New thesaurus


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