verb (used without object)
to be frugal; get along on a scanty allowance:
Don’t stint on the food. They stinted for years in order to save money.
Archaic. to cease action; desist.
verb (used with object)
to limit to a certain amount, number, share, or allowance, often unduly; set limits to; restrict.
Archaic. to bring to an end; check.
a period of time spent doing something:
a two-year stint in the army.
an allotted amount or piece of work:
to do one’s daily stint.
limitation or restriction, especially as to amount:
to give without stint.
a limited, prescribed, or expected quantity, share, rate, etc.:
to exceed one’s stint.
Obsolete. a pause; halt.
any of various small sandpipers of the genus Calidris, as the least sandpiper.
to be frugal or miserly towards (someone) with (something)
(archaic) to stop or check (something)
an allotted or fixed amount of work
a limitation or check
(obsolete) a pause or stoppage
any of various small sandpipers of the chiefly northern genus Calidris (or Erolia), such as C. minuta (little stint)
stip. 1. stipend 2. stipulation
noun 1. Botany, Mycology. a stalk or slender support, as the petiole of a fern frond, the stem supporting the pileus of a mushroom, or a stalklike elongation of the receptacle of a flower. 2. Zoology. a stemlike part, as a footstalk; stalk. noun 1. a stalk in plants that bears reproductive structures, esp the […]
noun, Botany. 1. a secondary stipule situated at the base of a leaflet of a compound leaf. noun 1. a small paired leaflike structure at the base of certain leaflets; secondary stipule
noun 1. a periodic payment, especially a scholarship or fellowship allowance granted to a student. 2. fixed or regular pay; salary. noun 1. a fixed or regular amount of money paid as a salary or allowance, as to a clergyman