"tacaña" English translation


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"tacaña" in English

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tacaña {feminine}

volume_up
tacaña (also: tacaño)
volume_up
Scrooge {noun} [coll.]
tacaña (also: tacaño, roñoso, roñosa, amarrete)
Señor Blair, usted ha aplaudido cuando el señor Barroso se ha referido al 1%, la carta tacaña que usted, señor Blair, camarada Blair, firmó.
Mr Blair, you applauded when Mr Barroso referred to the 1%, the skinflint letter that you, Mr Blair, comrade Blair, signed.

Context sentences for "tacaña" in English

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SpanishFoster se me antoja algo tacaña, quizás más que los escoceses o los genoveses.
This seems rather stingy, Mrs Foster, an attitude perhaps more suited to the Scots or Genoese.
SpanishFoster se me antoja algo tacaña, quizás más que los escoceses o los genoveses.
This seems rather stingy, Mrs Foster, an attitude perhaps more suited to the Scots or Genoese.
SpanishEn realidad, la Unión Europea ha sido siempre tacaña en los presupuestos que se referían a la educación.
The European Union has, in fact, always been mean in the budgets for education.
SpanishSeguro que aumentará la impresión en el mundo de que la UE es muy tacaña a la hora de poner dinero para cumplir sus promesas.
It is bound to increase the impression in the world that the EU is very poor when it comes to putting its money where its mouth is.
SpanishSeñor Blair, usted ha aplaudido cuando el señor Barroso se ha referido al 1 %, la carta tacaña que usted, señor Blair, camarada Blair, firmó.
Europe is exactly the opposite; that is why you were right to say ‘ Europe needs leadership’, but who wants to be the leader?
Spanishes una tacaña
SpanishLa tacaña actitud de los Estados miembros deja a los países candidatos con la impresión de que están formados por ciudadanos de segunda a los que no queremos.
The Member States' mean-minded attitude leaves the candidate countries with the impression that they are second-class citizens who are not welcome.
SpanishLa tacaña actitud de los Estados miembros deja a los países candidatos con la impresión de que están formados por ciudadanos de segunda a los que no queremos.
The Member States ' mean-minded attitude leaves the candidate countries with the impression that they are second-class citizens who are not welcome.