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mezquino

, a  
a       adj  
1    (=tacaño)   mean, stingy
2    (=insignificante)  
[pago]  
miserable, paltry
b       sm/f  
1    (=tacaño)   mean person, miser
2      (LAm)   (=verruga)   wart
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
'mezquino' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
no debería tener pensamientos mezquinos
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"mezquino": examples and translations in context
No ofrecerla sería mezquino, incoherente, hipócrita y contraproducente. Not to tender it would be mean, inconsistent, hypocritical and self-defeating.
Era mezquino y con la cabeza afeitada. He was mean, with his head shaved to the scalp.
No sea mezquino, inspector jefe. Now don't be petty, chief inspector.
Es un mezquino el Primer Ministro... It's so petty of the Prime Minister.
Vinnie es demasiado mezquino para contratar un asesino. Vinnie's too cheap to hire a hitman.
Mi papá es demasiado mezquino para comprar una casa en la playa. My dad was too cheap to buy a place on the beach.
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