Skimp – meaning of the word and examples

To not spend enough time or money on something, or to not use enough of something in order to do a job or activity as it should be done. (Cambridge Dictionary)

To give insufficient or barely sufficient attention or effort to or funds for. (Merriam – Webster)

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. (Collins Dictionary)

Expend or use less time, money, or material on something than is necessary in an attempt to economise. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Examples

This Affordable Squarespace Alternative Doesn’t Skimp on Features.

https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/324828

Don’t Skimp on Your Health.

https://affordanything.com/dont-skimp-on-your-health/

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