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skint

adjective
 
 
/skɪnt/ UK informal
not having any money, especially temporarily: Quite often I find myself skint at the end of the month. It was just after Christmas when everyone is totally skint.
Translations of “skint”
in Chinese (Traditional) 身無分文的,一文不名的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 身无分文的,一文不名的…
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