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skimpy
American English: /ˈskɪmpi/
British English: /ˈskɪmpi/

Translation of skimpy in Spanish:

adjective -pier, -piest

  • (meal/portion)
    (funds)
    (treatment)
    a skimpy nightdress
    un brevísimo camisón
    Example sentences
    • 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.

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