hard-up translation | English-Spanish dictionary

hard-up adj.
sin dinero

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-Spanish
exp.
estar pelado
exp.
estar falto {or} escaso de algo
adv. adj.
muy de cerca
exp.
es muy resistente
n.
el casco protector
n.
el hombre duro
vi.
tener siete vidas como los gatos
n.
la expresión dura
n.
el disco duro
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'hard-up' also found in translations in Spanish-English dictionary
exp.
I'm always a bit hard up at the end of the month
See also:

hand up, hard top, hard, head up

"hard-up": examples and translations in context
You're hard-up, you haven't got a penny. Estás quebrado, no tienes un centavo.
You might even write about us guys, if you ever get hard-up for material. Hasta tal vez escribas sobre nosotros si alguna vez necesitas materiales.
I guess I'd have to be pretty hard-up? Supongo que tendría que estar muy necesitado, ¿eh?
I fail to understand why we are not already doing so, but then I am not a member of any powerful lobby, I only work for hard-up environmental groups, and they do not yet have the necessary influence here. No puedo entender porqué no pasa esto pero no represento a un fuerte lobby sino que solamente trabajo para asociaciones medioambientales pobres que no tienen aquí la correspondiente influencia.
You and him aren't exactly hard up. Usted y él no son exactamente duros.
- You're hard up too... - A ti tampoco te sobra...
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