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English translation: declasse; declassed; lumpen

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23:11 Jan 4, 2002
Russian to English translations [Non-PRO]
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Russian term or phrase: деклассирован
Люди был деклассированы и дезориентированы
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English translation:declasse; declassed; lumpen
Explanation:
1. §Х§Ц§Ь§Э§С§г§г§Ъ§в§а§У§С§Я§Я§н§Ц §Ф§а§в§а§Х§г§Ь§Ъ§Ц §г§Э§а§Ъ -fringe urban population groups
2. §Х§Ц§Ь§Э§С§г§г§Ъ§в§а§У§С§Я§Я§С§с §Э§Ъ§й§Я§а§г§д§о - drop-out
3. declasse
4. declasse; declassed; lumpen

Merriam-Webster:

...dЁ¦Ў¤clasЎ¤sЁ¦
Function: adjective
Etymology: French, from past participle of dЁ¦classer to declass
Date: 1887
1 : fallen or lowered in class, rank, or social position
2 : of inferior status

...deЎ¤class
Function: transitive verb
Date: 1888
: to remove from a class; especially : to assign to a lower social status

...1lumЎ¤pen
Function: adjective
Etymology: German Lumpenproletariat degraded section of the proletariat, from Lump contemptible person (from Lumpen rags) + Proletariat
Date: 1936
: of or relating to dispossessed and uprooted individuals cut off from the economic and social class with which they might normally be identified <lumpen proletariat> <lumpen intellectuals>
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declasse; declassed; lumpen


Explanation:
1. §Х§Ц§Ь§Э§С§г§г§Ъ§в§а§У§С§Я§Я§н§Ц §Ф§а§в§а§Х§г§Ь§Ъ§Ц §г§Э§а§Ъ -fringe urban population groups
2. §Х§Ц§Ь§Э§С§г§г§Ъ§в§а§У§С§Я§Я§С§с §Э§Ъ§й§Я§а§г§д§о - drop-out
3. declasse
4. declasse; declassed; lumpen

Merriam-Webster:

...dЁ¦Ў¤clasЎ¤sЁ¦
Function: adjective
Etymology: French, from past participle of dЁ¦classer to declass
Date: 1887
1 : fallen or lowered in class, rank, or social position
2 : of inferior status

...deЎ¤class
Function: transitive verb
Date: 1888
: to remove from a class; especially : to assign to a lower social status

...1lumЎ¤pen
Function: adjective
Etymology: German Lumpenproletariat degraded section of the proletariat, from Lump contemptible person (from Lumpen rags) + Proletariat
Date: 1936
: of or relating to dispossessed and uprooted individuals cut off from the economic and social class with which they might normally be identified <lumpen proletariat> <lumpen intellectuals>


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