Spanish English Dictionary

español - English

parado in English:

1. unemployed unemployed


I'm unemployed.
Hundreds of unemployed men sleep there day and night.
This increase in the number of unemployed people is a result of the bad economy.
The unemployed always wind up at the bottom of the heap.
The financial crisis has left many unemployed.
I hear that the number of the unemployed has been increasing recently.
Being unemployed gave me the chance to stand back and think about my life.
Are there many unemployed people in Poland?
Only unemployed people date on Wednesdays.
The police assembled several unemployed men.
Because he was unemployed, their wedlock failed.
Because of the protracted depression, many workers are unemployed.
I am unemployed and haven’t got a job.
I've been unemployed for 5 months now.
The number of unemployed college graduates amounts to more than 4000.

English word "parado"(unemployed) occurs in sets:

Work and career - Trabajo y carrera
Work and Career - Trabajo y Carrera

2. to be standing to be standing



English word "parado"(to be standing) occurs in sets:

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