be mean with, be niggardly, be sparing with, cut corners, pinch, scamp, scant, scrimp, stint, tighten one's belt, withhold
act as if one had money to burn, be extravagant, be generous with, be prodigal, blow (slang) fritter away, lavish, overspend, pour on, splurge, squander, throw money away
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skimp ( skimps 3rd person present) ( skimping present participle) ( skimped past tense & past participle ) If you skimp on something, you use less time, money, or material for it than you really need, so that the result is not good enough. verb
Many families must skimp on their food and other necessities just to meet the monthly rent. V on n
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