Traducción de famine en Español:


hambruna, n.

Pronunciación /ˈfæmən//ˈfamɪn/


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    hambruna femenino
    (with masculine article in the singular) hambre femenino
    there's a famine of good novels this year hay una verdadera escasez de buenas novelas este año
    • before noun famine relief asistencia a las víctimas de la hambruna / del hambre
    • For example, warring factions often induce drought and famine through the use of scorched-earth tactics.
    • It's the government chaos and resulting famine that is responsible for the AIDS crisis.
    • In Italy and Greece serious food shortages almost produced famine in 1943-4.
    • As a result of the war, in addition to drought and famine, more than 750,000 left their country as refugees.
    • Such societies suffer from periodic shortages and high levels of bacterial contamination, resulting in famine, disease and death.
    • In general, beech nuts have been regarded as food for humans in times of famine or scarcity.
    • An estimated 10 million are facing starvation throughout the southern region of Africa due to famine and drought.
    • A poorly thought out redistribution policy could result in famine and disaster similar to what has happened in Zimbabwe.
    • That nation is suffering famine as a result of civil war and anarchy.
    • But there is no doubt that the number of deaths from famine and from the results of malnutrition were at least of the order associated with the great famines of the past.
    • At present half the population, 6.7 million people, are facing food shortages due to famine.
    • The Chipini region in Africa is also been hit by drought and famine and the local committee has appealed for support.
    • Twenty years after images of starving Ethiopian children shocked the world, famine and drought continue to stalk this African nation.
    • In a region noted for drought, famine, climatic extreme and racked by a 30-year civil war, the findings were almost unbelievable.
    • This disruption to farming in Zimbabwe, once the breadbasket of Southern Africa, comes as millions of people in the region face famine.
    • Every time there has been a civil war or famine in Africa the result has been a stream of human misery in the hundreds of thousands if not millions.
    • There are economists who will tell you that peace and government prevent famine more effectively than food aid does.
    • He argues that famine is not caused by lack of food, but by an increased inability of the poor to afford it.
    • In Southern Africa, flood years have been followed by drought years causing widespread famine and death in the region.
    • Faced with severe drought, lack of food security is creating conditions of famine.