UB40

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UB40

(in Britain, formerly) n
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a registration card issued by the Department of Employment to a person registering as unemployed
2. (Social Welfare) a registration card issued by the Department of Employment to a person registering as unemployed
3. (Social Welfare) informal a person registered as unemployed
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UB40

[ˌjuːbiːˈfɔːtɪ] N ABBR (Brit) (formerly) =Unemployment Benefit 40tarjeta f de desempleo, carné m del paro
UB40s (= unemployed people) → los parados
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UB40

[ˌjuːbiːˈfɔːrti] (British) (=unemployment benefit form 40) carte de demandeur d'emploiU-bend [ˈjuːbɛnd] n (in pipe)coude m
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UB40

n (Brit)
Ausweis für Arbeitslose
(= unemployed person)Arbeitslose(r) mf
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