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
exp.
es muy resistente
vi.
tener siete vidas como los gatos
n.
la decisión severa
n.
la expresión dura
n.
el disco duro
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n.
la palabra dura
exp.
hechos innegables
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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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