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    scrimp
    [skrimp]
    verb
    scrimp (verb) · scrimps (third person present) · scrimped (past tense) · scrimped (past participle) · scrimping (present participle)
    1. be thrifty or parsimonious; economize:
      "I have scrimped and saved to give you a good education"
    Origin
    late 17th century (in the sense ‘keep short of food’): from Scots scrimp ‘meager’; perhaps related to shrimp.
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    verb
    1. be thrifty or parsimonious; economize:
      be (more) economical
      make economies
      scrimp and scrape
      be thrifty
      be frugal
      make cutbacks
      husband one's resources
      cut costs
      cut expenditure
      draw in one's horns
      watch one's pennies
      look after the pence
      rake and scrape
      Opposite:
     
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  3. ˈskrimp scrimped; scrimping; scrimps Synonyms of scrimp transitive verb 1 : to be stingy in providing for 2 : to make too small, short, or scanty
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    to spend as little money as possible: She scrimped and saved to care for her two younger sisters. (Definition of scrimp from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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    verb (used without object) to be sparing or frugal; economize (often followed by on): They scrimped and saved for everything they have. He spends most of his money on clothes, and scrimps on food. verb (used with object) to be sparing or restrictive of or in; limit severely: to scrimp food.
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