In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(child) carenciado(child) desventajado(region) carenciadoeducationally deprived children — niños con una educación en desventaja desde el punto de vista educativo
- he had an emotionally deprived childhood — tuvo una niñez con grandes carencias afectivas
- The increase in the number of medical students will open the door to a medical career for students from deprived or culturally diverse communities.
- Severely deprived, neglected or abused environment will have negative effects on the growth of a child.
- This was expressed in no small part in the faces of around 150,000 orphans living in deprived conditions.
- The government is to target deprived areas where poor families suffer more ill health.
- "The situation is even worse for people living in the most deprived areas."
- She condemned the police tactics, as well as the deprived conditions and lack of opportunities for young people in the area.
- The Government cash will help children in deprived areas by paying for more volunteers to teach the basic skills.
- He said: " The youngsters involved are not just from socially deprived families."
- The real message of the league tables is that they highlight the deprived neighbourhoods.
- Smokers in deprived areas perceive a lack of support to help them to stop smoking.
- These children come from deprived backgrounds in slums and many right off the streets.
- People in the countryside as well as the deprived sections in the urban areas are crying for basic facilities.
- I felt deprived, and was happy that I had James here for me.
- Doesn't the government say the projects are about solving the problems on deprived council estates?
- Most children arriving at the school, some from severely deprived areas, are already below the expected standard aged just three.
- Hundreds of shops in some of the most deprived parts of the region are to benefit from increased security under a scheme to cut crime and vandalism.
- Some deprived and orphaned children and adults have benefited from a company's efforts to improve their lives.
- The crusade against poverty will he stepped up too, giving help to deprived neighbourhoods.
- They say about £500 will build one home for people in deprived communities.
- Children from deprived areas are more likely to suffer tooth decay than those from better-off backgrounds.
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