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{feminine}

mendiga (also: mendigo, pordiosero, limosnero)
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beggar {noun}
En Europa, cuna de cultura, la cultura es aún una mendiga.
In Europe, the cradle of culture, culture is still a beggar.
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mendiga (also: mendigo)
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mendicant {noun} [form.] (beggar)

Synonyms (Spanish) for "mendigar":

mendigar

Context sentences for "mendiga" in English

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Spanish¿Somos una suerte de pedigüeño que mendiga ante el Consejo más derechos?
Are we to play the part of supplicants, imploring the Council to grant us more rights?
SpanishSe presenta a Grecia, y esto se oye también aquí ahora, como la eterna mendiga.
And Greece is said to be always on the scrounge, as we are now hearing here, whereas this is not true.
SpanishNo es así, porque Grecia no mendiga, sino que pide lo que le corresponde.
Greece only asks for what it is entitled to.
SpanishSe les dice carne por petróleo, pero se les mendiga el petróleo que es suyo y el alimento que pueden comprar.
They were promised food in exchange for oil. But they are asked to practically give their oil away and then buy food.