German English Dictionary

Deutsch - English

geizig in English:

1. miserly miserly


The name of "Scrooge" has even entered the English language to describe any miserly person

English word "geizig"(miserly) occurs in sets:

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2. stingy


Tom is very stingy.
Take back what you said about me being stingy.
Despite all his wealth, he is stingy.
He is inclined to look at everything from the standpoint of its practicality and is neither stingy nor extravagant.
Once upon a time, there lived a stingy old man in the village.
Katherine is a stingy woman. She's always trying to get discounts at the store and avoid spending money.
Accordingly as people become rich, they are apt to be stingy.
My wonderful wife is so stingy that ... "You boasting? Or complaining?"
he's so stingy that he always makes reverse charge calls
“his employer is stingy and idle”
A stingy person is someone who isn't generous with their money
I could be very generous... or very stingy. I can make you a legend!
He's really stingy and never buys anyone a drink when we go out.
The returns revealed the Bidens to be stingy when it came to charity, givingan average of $369 a year for the last decade.

English word "geizig"(stingy) occurs in sets:

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