In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1the underprivileged — los desfavorecidos
- Steve plans to fly out to Albania with the climbing gear to give underprivileged children from that country the chance to try the sport on a summer camp.
- They have introduced educational programmes for underprivileged children.
- I got so into the article that I wanted to give back to underprivileged children.
- This is an annual project in which toys games etc. are sent to underprivileged children in foreign countries.
- Instead of gifts, the couple had asked that guests make donations to the Aconchego day care centre for underprivileged children.
- This occasion, as in previous years, was one of happiness and support for underprivileged people in society.
- It was my childhood desire to assist underprivileged people of Third World countries in any way I could.
- The school provides free room, board, and education to underprivileged children.
- There are underprivileged individuals and groups in the First World, as well as in the Third and New Second Worlds.
- The Hales family, all of whom are involved in athletics, have set up a trust fund to help underprivileged athletes in Bolton.
- Christmas came early this year for underprivileged children from across the district.
- These toys will be sent to underprivileged children in Third World countries.
- Last week, our Head Boy organized a charity for the underprivileged children in Iavindat.
- Wagner went in a different direction, starting a foundation for underprivileged kids.
- The local administration has waived all charges for all underprivileged patients in hospitals.
- Proceeds from the show will go towards a Christmas party for the underprivileged residents of Fyzabad.
- They tend to have negative attitudes towards poor people, underprivileged groups, and minorities.
- He is undertaking the walk in order to raise money for victims of the tsunami disaster and underprivileged people in the local community.
- The centre in Sussex Square provides a place for underprivileged families to socialise and get support and advice.
- A teenager who gave up a summer holiday in the French sunshine to help underprivileged children has been given a national award.
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