słownik portugalsko - angielski

português - English

órfão po angielsku:

1. orphan

The orphan met up with his two sisters when he was five years old.
She sympathized with the orphan and gave him some money.
An orphan at three, he was brought up by a distant relative.
He adopted a war orphan and is bringing her up as a foster daughter.
A child whose parents are dead is called an orphan.
The orphan children were told to behave themselves.
Tom is orphan.
The orphan wept with grief over his misfortune.
The orphan was fostered by the wealthy man.
Tatoeba: Where being an orphan doesn't make you exempt in any way.
Love? What's that? I'm an orphan. I've never known love.
Being an orphan, my father had to start earning money at ten.
He also invented a dead family for Cosette, so that everybody believed she was an orphan.
She grew up an orphan, her parents having been killed in a battle which overtook their hometown
The ​civil ​war is making orphans of many ​children.