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Definisi slum
a squalid and overcrowded urban street or district inhabited by very poor people.
However, there is still a large segment of the population which lives in urban slums and poor rural areas without electricity or running water.
sinonim: hovel, rathole, ghetto, shantytown, skid row, shacktown
spend time at a lower social level than one’s own through curiosity or for charitable purposes.
rich tourists slumming among the quaintly dangerous natives
  • hovel, rathole, ghetto, shantytown, skid row, shacktown
  • slum area
businessmen are having to slum it in aircraft economy class seats
slum dwellers
Begun in April 2003, it is a non-profit organisation with a mission to unleash the potential of the slum , street and orphaned children of urban India.
he moved from a two-room slum into a local authority house
But ironically the former slum houses are now sought-after properties following regeneration and the flats have become increasingly unpopular with residents.
As part of the activities of the trust we have started free classes for girl students from local government schools from a nearby slum who come from poor families.
Its control of poor slum areas and inner cities resulted from the chaos that was brought about by the occupation; it was not itself the cause of the chaos.
It is like an inner-city slum and the street cleaning leaves a lot to be desired.
slum areas
The appalling social situation in Iran has been highlighted by recent reports of protest marches in working class urban areas and slum districts.
the area was fast becoming a slum for the destitute
Blunkett’s conclusion was that ‘if you live in a slum in a high-rise building and you are on your own with three children, the idea of liberty and freedom means nothing’.
There is also a primary school at the premises run by the committee for the poor and slum dwellers in the locality.
The best home the family of seven can afford is this wood shack in a slum .
As you can see, the Red Party has a lot of natural support in inner city slum areas like this.
She ended up living and working with Hong Kong’s most despised and poorest inhabitants in a slumknown as the Walled City.
It made my dorm building look like a slum , that was for sure.
I think that we will live here for maybe 12 months and then move elsewhere leaving the house as aslum and make a start again a little further down the road.
businessmen are having to slum it in aircraft economy class seats
Livingston will be slumming it again in the first division next season.
He had seen it lying in the window of a frowsy little junk-shop in a slummy quarter of the town (just what quarter he did not now remember) and had been stricken immediately by an overwhelming desire to possess it.
It seems like Pattaya to Thais is like New Orleans is to Americans, great place to visit and goslumming , but you really don’t want to live there.
What we are building are the slums of the future.
Both films have respected older actors slumming it as bad guys.
It would not do to have a Rodgers slumming in show business.
The Trust introduced on April 1 a mobile dispensary which will make rounds of slums and localities inhabited by poor sections of society to provide free medical treatment.
Even by the unhygienic standards of most student digs, this particular house is slumming it .
I know people will call me a slummer for saying that, but I know that the underclass in American cities are like urban hunters and gatherers.
Have they looked at the social consequences of building tomorrow’s slums today and what provisions are being put in place to deal with these in the long term?
You only need to look at the gap sites on Edinburgh’s Princes Street or the slummy conditions on Oxford Street in London to realise that.
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