Traducción de displaced person en Español:

displaced person

desplazado, n.

Pronunciación /dɪsˈpleɪst ˈpərsn//ˌdɪspleɪst ˈpəːs(ə)n/

nombre

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    desplazado masculino
    desplazada femenino
    • Some of the big sources of these refugees and displaced people have a chance of recovery.
    • And we want to make sure that those displaced persons and refugees are given proper attention, are provided with food and medications inside Iraqi territory.
    • It would certainly be a relevant point that these settlers are not displaced persons or refugees - they have perfectly good homes already.
    • UN troops repatriated three hundred sixty thousand refugees and displaced persons from Thai border regions.
    • ‘Refugees, displaced persons and asylum seekers in search of safety are more often than not treated harshly,’ he said.
    • Further aggravating the situation, the beaten country was flooded with thousands of refugees and displaced persons desperately looking for food and shelter.
    • Nomads, refugees and displaced persons will also be allocated delegates.
    • The United Nations High Commission on Refugees helps displaced people fleeing from war, genocide, and civil unrest.
    • Most of the world's refugees and displaced persons are women and children.
    • Canada accepts between 20,000 and 30,000 refugees and other displaced persons a year.
    • These will be transport and communications; the return of displaced people and refugees; missing persons; and electricity.
    • The United States has spent almost $1 billion aiding refugees and displaced persons who might otherwise have died of disease or starvation.
    • Only 700 official asylum seekers live in Lago Agrio, but the town hosts thousands of displaced people without refugee status.
    • Now we have had already a number of situations in which refugees and internally displaced persons are, in fact, one group.
    • In the spotlight this week, the situation that faces refugees and displaced persons.
    • Either way, they had become refugees or displaced persons, orphaned from their past and too unsure of their future to take their lives into their own hands.
    • The next major conflict could easily involve large numbers of civilian refugees or displaced persons, and they may not always be docile or amenable to military control.
    • So the reward of some of them to be moved around like displaced persons or refugees.
    • The war resulted in hundreds of thousands of deaths, mostly of civilians, and created millions of refugees and displaced persons.
    • Afterwards, refugees and displaced persons were housed in the barracks.