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She wanders around in skimpy underwear and flirts. The Sun (2007)The singer is better known for her hippy skirts and skimpy vest tops. The Sun (2009)They perform with dangerous equipment in skimpy outfits. The Sun (2011)What are your thoughts on the famously skimpy outfits? The Sun (2012)How comfortable were you with her skimpy underwear? The Sun (2013)Perhaps the lack of fans can be rectified with skimpy outfits. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It could be teamed with a skirt or trousers or worn over a dress that is a bit skimpy on the top. Times, Sunday Times (2008)In her ethereal white dress and skimpy sandals, she looks like a classical goddess. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I borrowed some skimpy clothes and made myself up. The Sun (2008)I once heard one calling in the top of a skimpy fir tree in a wood. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Did I really pack these four skimpy bikinis and totally forget the shaving foam? Times, Sunday Times (2015)She doesn't look much older than 31 herself in this skimpy little number as she strolls from the surf. The Sun (2009)

Tendências de skimpy

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Traduções de skimpy

Inglês Britânico: skimpy /ˈskɪmpɪ/ ADJECTIVE
Skimpy means too small in size or quantity.
...a skimpy outfit.
  • Inglês Americano: skimpy
  • Árabe: ضَئِيل
  • Português Brasileiro: insuficiente
  • Chinês: 用料少的
  • Croata: oskudan
  • Tcheco: krátký
  • Dinamarquês: stumpet
  • Holandês: karig
  • Espanhol Europeu: escaso mezquino
  • Finlandês: niukka
  • Francês: étriqué
  • Alemão: dürftig
  • Grego: φτωχικός
  • Italiano: succinto
  • Japonês: 不十分な
  • Coreano: 빈약한
  • Norueguês: snau
  • Polonês: skąpy
  • Português Europeu: insuficiente
  • Romeno: puțin
  • Russo: недостаточный
  • Espanhol: mezquino
  • Sueco: knapp skral
  • Tailandês: ไม่พอเพียง
  • Turco: yetersiz
  • Ucraniano: замалий
  • Vietnamita: thiếu thốn


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