kakulangan, kulang, kakapusan, kadahupan
Noun(1) the property of being an amount by which something is less than expected or required(2) an acute insufficiency
(1) There are many parts of the world where the shortage of food lasts for years, not just for one.(2) we have no shortage of applications for the job(3) Soon there was a great shortage of food, and there was no more medicine, and no more clothing.(4) there was shortage of food during the war(5) This shortage of funds means many schools will have to set deficit budgets for the coming year.(6) there's a skills' shortage in that sector(7) the problems of land shortage in the countryside(8) During the Italian occupation, there was again a food shortage for about five years.(9) a shortage of hard cash(10) Part two of my contingency plan addresses the food shortage caused by panic buying.(11) Food and other shortages have led to dissatisfaction among the population at large.(12) Similarly, there are a number of countries facing severe food shortages at the moment.(13) In many areas civilians are struggling with serious shortages of food, medicine and clean water.(14) There were food shortages , since people from unaffected areas did not have anything to eat either.(15) She said there were still many food shortages because of the disruption to supplies.(16) Demand has been driven by shortages of property and land to develop in these areas.
(1) water shortage :: kakulangan sa tubig
1. scarcity ::
2. deficit ::
3. famine ::
1. abundance ::
2. adequacy ::
3. amplitude ::
4. opulence ::
5. plenitude ::
6. plenty ::
7. wealth ::
Different Formsshortage, shortages
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