- yn ddi-waith
Noun(1) people who are involuntarily out of work (considered as a group
Adjective(1) not engaged in a gainful occupation
(1) There is also the growing underclass of young unemployed people who have little prospect of moving upwards.(2) Unless you are unemployed or working less than 16 hours a week you may have to pay for advice.(3) It also hopes to get at least six unemployed people back into work.(4) There will also be money available for marketing and wage subsidies for firms hiring unemployed people.(5) he's currently unemployed(6) Young mums and unemployed people, as well as the elderly have complained they are not able to afford the new charges.(7) This is a regime which rules through military courts, while between six and ten million people are unemployed .(8) We have businesses who need skilled employees and unemployed people who need work.(9) An unemployed person can claim income support to live on and apply for help paying rent and council tax.(10) the number of unemployed is rising(11) unemployed people(12) Once he took part in a large demonstration of unemployed people in Battersea.(13) she became unemployed(14) an unemployed teacher(15) Poor and unemployed people of all origins, clustered around District Six, participated.(16) He was unemployed for three months and has now found a new job, but on a lot less money.
(1) be unemployed :: yn ddi-waith
1. jobless ::
2. out-of-work ::
allan o waith
3. between jobs ::
4. unwaged ::
5. unoccupied ::
heb ei feddiannu
6. laid off ::
gosod i ffwrdd
7. idle ::
8. on welfare ::
9. redundant ::
1. working ::
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