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Translation of "stingy" - English-Spanish dictionary

stingy

adjective /ˈstindʒi/ ( comparative stingier, superlative stingiest)
mean or ungenerous
mezquino, tacaño, parco, escaso
My father’s very stingy with his money stingy portions of food.
stingily adverb
mezquinamente
They stingily served only tiny portions of cake.
stinginess noun
avaricia
Translations of “stingy”
in Arabic بَخيل…
in Korean 인색한…
in Malaysian kedekut…
in French avare, chiche…
in Turkish cimri, hasis, pinti…
in Italian spilorcio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 小氣的,吝嗇的…
in Russian жадный, скаредный…
in Polish skąpy…
in Vietnamese keo kiệt, bủn xỉn…
in Portuguese miserável, mesquinho, pão-duro…
in Thai ขี้เหนียว…
in German knickerig…
in Catalan garrepa…
in Japanese けちな, しみったれた…
in Indonesian kikir…
in Chinese (Simplified) 小气的,吝啬的…
(Definition of stingy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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