Translation of lower class in Spanish:

lower class

clase baja, n.

Pronunciation /ˌloʊər ˈklæs///

noun

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    clase baja feminine
    • During the nineteenth century, the suburb was transformed from a space for social outcasts and the lower classes to a space for the elite.
    • We need rules to help the upper class and control the lower class.
    • Our textbook, does not spend as much time talking about the lower class as it does the middle class.
    • As an adult, the only way out of the lower class is more schooling or a big change in your life.
    • Living amongst the lower class of London all of the time had certainly made Cate much more adept at blending in.
    • The lower class is brewing bitter resentment against the rich.
    • The society is made up of the wealthy upper class, the middle class, and the working or lower class.
    • He was happy to tell me everything he knew about lower class being unfairly dismissed.
    • Allow the rich to buy and get whatever they want, leaving many struggling middle and lower class Americans to pick up the balance.
    • They are not supporting us and it's the lower class that suffers all the time.
    • The lower class does the work and the upper class gets the recognition.
    • But all the projects are aimed at either the upper class, the middle class or lower class, there is nothing for the absolute poor.
    • You know, the middle class and the lower class, they're not confused about this issue.
    • Come on, we are students, we're the lower class of the future, you might as well start demoralizing us now.
    • It too utilized national sacrifice and national sentiment to justify social justice for the lower classes.
    • Teenage smoking is a rite of passage for the lower class in Ireland.
    • That is where the military gets its soldiers, from the economically underprivileged, badly educated lower class.
    • He rises from the lower class and meets many adventures, but all the while, he remembers Estella.
    • I'm so sorry for the gap between the middle class and the lower class.
    • In all this he equated crowds with the working and lower classes.

adjective

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    de clase baja
    • In urban areas, lower-class men work in crafts, manufacturing, and low-paid service industries.
    • Your films tend to follow a theme of lower-class people with upper-class dreams, trying to escape their situations.
    • She never let any of this go to her head though and remained as selfconscious as any lower class girl would in the presence of such luxury.
    • Granted, it is a lower-class area, but the majority of the people living there make no effort to improve their lives.
    • He's the only other poor lower class type I've ever met who was revolutionary minded.
    • They knew that a lower-class commoner had somehow caught the eye of the young Queen on one of her forays into the country.
    • The first is pretty lower class and accounts for the minority of returns.
    • In Edwardian times many lower class woman would work as servants or maids for upper class families.
    • Her character is a lower-class girl, resourceful and beautiful.
    • They were lower class, and lacked the basic human civil rights that the rest of the country had.
    • They're all missing out, because it didn't take long to master and he writes about the lower class criminal types so well.
    • In the novel, Darcy is very high class, and Lizzie is slightly lower class.
    • The lower class population of Rome was seriously and systematically under-represented.
    • It is also true that high-risk characteristics are common in lower-class communities.
    • While drug use has been found to reflect percentages similar to the entire population, drug dealing is often thought to be a lower-class minority phenomenon.
    • It was common for many lower-class families to have similar views.
    • Yet we also know that few teachers consciously discriminate against lower-class children or deliberately give them undeservedly poor marks.
    • The changed economic scenario also had very different consequences for lower-class working women.
    • The film depicted a rich and selfish woman stranded on a tropical island with her rugged lower-class manservant, their roles switched almost immediately upon being stranded.
    • I, on the other hand, would be considered stupid or worse, lower class.