Translation of pauper in Spanish:

pauper

pobre, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpɔpər//ˈpɔːpə/

noun

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    pobre feminine
    indigente feminine
    pauper's grave fosa común feminine
    • Was your great grandfather a prince or a pauper?
    • And the heat went out of the pursuit eventually, and when he died in 1762, although a pauper, he was no longer a fugitive.
    • It almost feels like we're a bunch of paupers waiting outside a rich man's house.
    • This means people will not belong to any of the classes or professions, but will simply be poor and helpless paupers.
    • Disease spread rapidly among the half starved and half clothed paupers.
    • There are decent paupers just as there are decent princes.
    • The whole world was there - princes, kings, paupers, and priests - and an elation was felt that had never before been attained.
    • Directors of such banks prosper while depositors turn paupers.
    • The profession was given automatic rights to ‘unclaimed bodies’, usually those of paupers.
    • The hosts began the game like kings but ended up paupers.
    • He has pressed palms with presidents and paupers, gurus and lepers on his journeys across continents.
    • However, I was as poor as a pauper with a broken carriage and no prince.
    • Unlike some of the ultra rich who will benefit from an illconceived scheme, some of the Irish players would be paupers by comparison.
    • Children are taken out of education and become paupers.
    • At this rate the country will become a land of paupers pandering to third world countries.
    • It was invaluable experience, but we were all absolute paupers.
    • They would enter the room as millionaires and a few years later they would be paupers.
    • Not that my parents are paupers - they wouldn't want people to think they don't make a living - but they're comfortable.
    • Starvation deaths are most endemic among these agrarian labourers and among the rural paupers.
    • Why does one think that people become paupers overnight?