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- adjective US, idiomatic, colloquial
Small time; operating on a small scale; involving small amounts of money; pettyor cheap.
- verb US, idiomatic, colloquial To charge, or be charged, several unexpected small amounts of
money, often in the form of fees, taxes, or related expenses to a venture, which when taken as a whole add up to a significant unexpected cost.
- verb US, idiomatic, colloquial, figuratively To
wear downin small increments; to quibbleor obsess endlesslywith (someone) over trifles.
- noun US, slang Fifteen years.
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From the names of two US coins of small value.
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