US: /ˌɪmˈpɑvɹɪʃt/
UK: /ɪmpˈɒvəɹɪʃt/

English Vietnamese dictionary

impoverish /im'pɔvəriʃ/
  • ngoại động từ
    • bần cùng hoá, làm cho nghèo khổ
    • làm kiệt màu
      • impoverished soil: đất kiệt màu
    • làm hết công dụng; làm hao mòn
      • rubber becomes impoverished after a time: sau một thời gian cao su mất công dụng (đàn hồi)
    • làm kiệt, làm suy nhược (sức)

Advanced English dictionary

+ adjective
1 very poor; without money: impoverished peasants + the impoverished areas of the city
2 poor in quality, because sth is missing

Thesaurus dictionary

1 destitute, poor, poverty-stricken, penurious, beggared, needy, necessitous, impecunious, in sore or bad straits, straitened, in distress, badly off, bankrupt, insolvent, ruined, Colloq (dead or flat) broke, stony-broke, bad off, pinched, up against it, on one's uppers, short, US strapped, wiped out, Slang Brit skint:
A series of failed harvests left many farmers impoverished.
2 stripped, barren, desolate, wasted, empty, depleted, denuded, drained, exhausted:
Two years of drought left the land impoverished.

Concise English dictionary

impoverishes|impoverished|impoverishingɪm'pɑvərɪʃ /-'pɒv-
+make poor
+take away