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hard-up adj.
sin dinero

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hand up, hard top, hard, head up

"hard-up": examples and translations in context
Now, Kevin said that his parents were hard-up for cash... Bueno, Kevin dijo que sus padres andaban cortos de pasta...
You're hard-up, you haven't got a penny. Estás quebrado, no tienes un centavo.
Some of us still have class not hard-up like this rabble. Que yo no soy un muerto de hambre como toda esta gentuza.
What, are you that hard-up for cash? ¿Qué? ¿Estás tan necesitado de efectivo?
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.
Some of us still have class not hard-up like this rabble. ¿Tú crees que yo necesito limosna o caridad del estado?
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