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Synonyms for skimp
skɪmp

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. skimp, scant(verb)

    work hastily or carelessly; deal with inadequately and superficially

    Synonyms:
    stint, scrimp, scant

  2. scant, skimp(verb)

    limit in quality or quantity

    Synonyms:
    stint, scrimp, scant

  3. scrimp, stint, skimp(verb)

    subsist on a meager allowance

    "scratch and scrimp"

    Synonyms:
    stint, scrimp, scant

  4. stint, skimp, scant(verb)

    supply sparingly and with restricted quantities

    "sting with the allowance"

    Synonyms:
    stint, scrimp, scant

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words

  1. skimp(v)

    Synonyms:
    scamp, slight, scrimp, save

PPDB, the paraphrase database

  1. List of paraphrases for "skimp":

    economise

How to pronounce skimp?

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How to say skimp in sign language?

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How to use skimp in a sentence?

  1. Noah Kagan:

    A deal is never over until it’s signed – don’t skimp on anything until the deal is closed.

  2. Bob Seger:

    Be original. That's my best advice. You're going to find that there's something that you do well, and try to do it with as much originality as you can, and don't skimp on the words. Work on the words.


Translations for skimp

From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary

  • odbýt, odfláknout, omezovat, šetřit, škudlitCzech
  • nachlässig erledigen, knapp halten, knausern, schludernGerman
  • escatimarSpanish
  • pihistellä, pihdata, nuukailla, pinnata, pihtaillaFinnish
  • sottovalutareItalian
  • beknibbelenDutch
  • spinke, knipeNorwegian
  • халтурить, скупитьсяRussian
  • snålaSwedish
  • az vermek, cimrilik etmek, baştan savma yapmak, savsaklamak, kısmakTurkish
  • 吝嗇Chinese

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