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mean

adjective (NOT GENEROUS) 不慷慨的     /miːn/ mainly UK
not willing to give or share things, especially money 吝啬的,小气的 He's too mean to buy her a ring. 他太吝啬了,舍不得给她买一枚戒指。 My landlord's very mean with the heating - it's only on for two hours each day. 我的房东对使用暖气很吝啬——每天只开两个小时。 Mean with money
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