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Translation of "miser" - English-Spanish dictionary

miser

noun /ˈmaizə/
a mean person who lives very poorly in order to store up wealth avaro That old miser won’t give you a cent!
miserly adjective
avaro, mísero a miserly contribution to the fund.
miserliness noun
avaricia, tacañería
(Definition of miser from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “miser”
in Vietnamese người keo kiệt…
in Malaysian bakhil…
in Thai คนตระหนี่…
in French avare…
in German der Geizhals…
in Chinese (Simplified) 守财奴,财迷, 吝啬鬼,小气鬼…
in Indonesian orang kikir…
in Chinese (Traditional) 守財奴,財迷, 吝嗇鬼,小氣鬼…
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