Definición de skimpy en inglés:

skimpy

Saltos de línea: skimpy
Pronunciación: /ˈskɪmpi
 
/

adjetivo (skimpier, skimpiest)

1(Of clothes) short and revealing: a skimpy dress
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • She wore the short skirts and skimpy clothing that people like that would wear.
  • You may even get your significant other to wear some pretty revealing and skimpy clothing.
  • Miranda was having a heated argument with a dark-haired short girl, dressed in skimpy clothing.
Sinónimos
revealing, short, brief, scanty, insubstantial; low, low-cut; flimsy, thin, see-through, indecent
2Providing or consisting of less than is needed; meagre: my knowledge of music is extremely skimpy
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The talent files are a bit skimpy and limited to director Petersen and the three main actors.
  • This is one flesh film that's a tad skimpy on the skinny dip and paltry on the peek-a-boo.
Sinónimos
meagre, scanty, scant, sketchy, limited, restricted, inadequate, insufficient, paltry, deficient, negligible, insubstantial, small, sparse
rare exiguous

Derivativos

skimpily

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • I spied two very, very skimpily clad women chatting loudly and excitedly, and approached them to find out what was going on.
  • What they wanted and what they got were fast cars, loud music, skimpily clad girls and some awesome stunt driving.
  • As ever, her stagecraft included all the right moves, aided by a team of sexy dancers, all equally skimpily clad.

skimpiness

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • In other words, Miguel's ex struck a balance between teen fashion's obsession with skimpiness and some actual good taste.
  • Sure, today's underwear market is selling some very skimpy pieces, but a new level of skimpiness has been achieved.
  • Of course, now I appreciated the skimpiness of my outfits.

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adjective
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