Translation of underfund in Spanish:

underfund

infradotar, v.

Pronunciation /ˌəndərˈfənd/ /ʌndəˈfʌnd/

transitive verb

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    infradotar
    no dotar de suficientes fondos a
    no proveer de suficientes fondos a
    • Yet health services are seriously underfunded and unable to cope with the numbers of patients seeking help.
    • This report showed the health services had been seriously underfunded for many years and needed a huge injection of capital.
    • Care homes across the country say they are being underfunded by councils and lack of funding is repeatedly cited for increasing numbers of closures.
    • The problem is that many community services are significantly underfunded.
    • He said the practice was underfunded and was trying to operate a service that will make things better for those who stay.
    • All members of this House know that despite the extra money put in by this Government, the treatment services are still underfunded.
    • Roads are congested, public transportation is poor, and the health service is underfunded.
    • This dual system strained the traditionally underfunded public services of the state.
    • ‘Higher education has been underfunded for many years and doing nothing is not an option,’ she said.
    • The president's budget for the current fiscal year proposed slashing many already underfunded programs.
    • Yes, Defence (like the health and education sectors) has been underfunded for years.
    • They say the federal and provincial governments have chronically underfunded them, and are left with little choice.
    • For years, it's been underfunded and overwhelmed and, by its own admission, barely able to cope.
    • The chief constable herself has been touring the county telling people their police have been underfunded for years and the only way forward is more cash.
    • The hard working police are severely underfunded, significantly underpaid and crazily understaffed.
    • The humanitarian community here is underfunded by hundreds of millions of dollars.
    • Successive governments have underfunded tertiary education for years.
    • Less well-off parents would end up sending their children to nearby underfunded public schools.
    • She says the chronically underfunded centre is a lifeline for the 60 men and women who use it every day.
    • It must be recognised, however, that over a number of years we have been advised that the Trust has been underfunded.