- 1 c 1.1 (fixed amount, share) I've done my stint for today hoy ya he hecho mi parte or lo que me tocaba or lo que me correspondía 1.2 (period) período (m) he did a five-year stint in the army pasó (un período de) cinco años en el ejército her brief stint of modeling/as a guide la breve temporada en que trabajó de modelo/guíaMore example sentences
- His early career included floor managing stints with the BBC and Granada, and he worked on the first series of Till Death Us Do Part in the mid-1960s.
- Kay's career also included stints at Atari, Apple, and Disney.
- His career included stints as papal secretary and chancellor of Florence.
- 2 u without stint generosamente, sin restricciones
- [food] escatimar to stint sb
ofsth escatimarle algo aalgn she stinted herself of food for our sake se privó de comer por nosotrosMore example sentences
- Just as he stints discussion of aesthetics, so he repeatedly writes as if authorial intention were merely instrumental, a matter of having one's say about certain issues.
- First, federal education spending under him is up nearly 50 percent over the final year of the past presidency, so the coalition's charge that the president is stinting the schools is just bunk.
- He played his part well, paying no girl more attention than another, but never stinting his smiles and nods.