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French translation of “skimp”

skimp

verb /skimp/
(with on) to take, spend, use, give etc too little or only just enough
économiser, lésiner (sur)
She skimped on meals in order to send her son to college.
to do (a job) imperfectly
bâcler
He’s inclined to skimp his work.
skimpy adjective too small; inadequate
trop petit
a skimpy dress.
skimpily adverb
chichement
skimpiness noun
insuffisance
(Definition of skimp from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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