Definition of mean-minded in English:


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Uncooperative, unkind, or unfair: a mean-minded fellow who thrusts his way to the top
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  • What a suspicious, mean-minded lot we are, never happier than when seeing the confirmation of our worst suspicions about foreigners.
  • The tragedy is that this mean-minded approach was unnecessary, and is unnecessarily destructive.
  • We have seen a focus on the reduction of inflation, and, for the most part, a mean-minded approach to social spending.

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