Stint - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- smallest American sandpiper
- an individual's prescribed share of work
- supply sparingly and with restricted quantities (syn: scant, skimp)
He does not stint his praise.
Mark did a two-year stint in the army.
They didn't stint on food and drink at their wedding.
In order to avoid stinting yourself, make sure you have enough money to cover all your expenses.
her stint as a lifeguard exhausted her
His musical résumé includes performances at Carnegie Hall, a stint with the New York Philharmonic, and two Grammys.
present participle: stinting
past tense: stinted
past participle: stinted