homeless

英 ['həʊmlɪs] 美 ['homləs]
  • adj. 无家可归的
  • 无家可归的人
  • 无家可归
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homeless (adj.)
1610s, from home (n.) + -less. Old English had hamleas, but the modern word probably is a new formation. As a noun meaning "homeless persons," by 1857.
1. The company put on a play about the homeless.
这家剧团上演了一出讲述无家可归者的戏。

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2. There are those, you know, who, by circumstance, end up homeless.
您知道,会有那么一些人,因为命运捉弄而落得无家可归。

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3. He's not exactly homeless, he just hangs out in this park.
确切来说他并不算是无家可归,他只是老在这个公园里转悠。

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4. They'd soon be penniless and homeless if she couldn't find suitable work.
她要找不到合适的工作,他们很快就会身无分文,无家可归。

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5. For the homeless, private medical care is simply out of the question.
对于无家可归的人而言,私人医疗纯粹是天方夜谭。

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