Slum



noun
1.
Often, slums. a thickly populated, run-down, squalid part of a city, inhabited by poor people.
2.
any squalid, run-down place to live.
verb (used without object), slummed, slumming.
3.
to visit slums, especially from curiosity.
4.
to visit or frequent a place, group, or amusement spot considered to be low in social status.
noun
1.
a squalid overcrowded house, etc
2.
(often pl) a squalid section of a city, characterized by inferior living conditions and usually by overcrowding
3.
(modifier) of, relating to, or characteristic of slums: slum conditions
verb (intransitive) slums, slumming, slummed
4.
to visit slums, esp for curiosity
5.
Also slum it. to suffer conditions below those to which one is accustomed
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