mezquino translation | Spanish-English dictionary



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a       adj  
1    (=tacaño)   mean, stingy
2    (=insignificante)  
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
no debería tener pensamientos mezquinos
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"mezquino": examples and translations in context
Debes sentirte muy infeliz siendo tan mezquino. You must be very unhappy to be so mean.
Si he sido mezquino contigo, lo siento. Anyway, if I was mean in any way to you, I'm sorry.
Es un mezquino el Primer Ministro... It's so petty of the Prime Minister.
No sabía que las Navidades te volvían tan mezquino. I didn't know Christmas made you so petty.
Su entrenador es mezquino y egoísta. - his coach is stingy and selfish.
Golpeándose contra la dura roca de tu mezquino corazón. Striking itself against the hard rock of your stingy heart.
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