Sinónimos de stint
a given amount of worka five-year stint in Hong Kong
a 12-month term of service
For a long time I didn't tell anyone.
Let each child have a turn at fishing.
Let's wait a bit.
a period of a few months
He volunteered for two tours of duty during the campaign.
His father worked shifts in a steel mill.
He would study for eight- to ten-hour stretches.
There has been a spell of dry weather.
The quota of four tickets per person had been reduced to two.
to be miserly with (something)He didn't stint on the special effects.
be mean, ,
She has to scrimp and save to clothe her son.
save, , ,
The majority of people intend to save.
We're going to have to economize on our spending from now on.
be mingy (British, informal),
spoil the ship for a ha'porth of tar
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in the sense of bit
a short time or distanceLet's wait a bit.
in the sense of economize
to reduce expense or wasteWe're going to have to economize on our spending from now on.
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