Definition of two-bit in English:

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adjective

[attributive] North American informal
  • Insignificant, cheap, or worthless: some two-bit town
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    • Most visibly, it has transformed the British day out - you can't visit even the most two-bit town these days without tripping over its spangly new heritage centre or interactive museum.
    • But even in a tiny, two-bit town in Haryana, she got a science education good enough to allow her to compete at an international level.
    • As he climbs the rungs of the underground ladder, he'll draw the attention of the cops, the Mafia, the Yakuza and every two-bit thug in town.

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