Definición de tinhorn en inglés:

tinhorn

Silabificación: tin·horn
Pronunciación: /ˈtinˌhôrn
 
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North American informal
  • A contemptible person, especially one pretending to have money, influence, or ability: he portrayed Wyatt Earp as a narcissistic tinhorn [as modifier]: tinhorn politicians
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    • But the larger, more frightening meaning of his statement is that in order to rid the world of a tinhorn dictator who posed no credible threat to the United States, it was just dandy to lie to the people.
    • He is no conservative, he's a crackpot - a tinhorn autocrat who has mistaken totalitarianism for conservatism.
    • Trapped on the other side of the country aboard Air Force One, the President has lost his cool: ‘If some tinhorn terrorist wants me, tell him to come and get me!’

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al español
Palabra del día skosh
Pronunciación: skəʊʃ
noun
a small amount; a little