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nickel-and-dime
American English: /ˌnɪkəl ən ˈdaɪm/

Translation of nickel-and-dime in Spanish:

adjective

  • (US) [colloquial]
    de poca monta [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • We couldn't subsidize [housing] enough, so people have to have jobs and they have to be living-wage jobs, not the nickel-and-dime stuff.
    • Harbaugh did nothing but throw nickel-and-dime stuff in the fourth quarter, and if he continues to play, that's probably how it's going to be.
    • We can start with a tiny company in a hardscrabble nickel-and-dime industry and build it into a billion-dollar business.
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