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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishskintskint /skɪnt/ adjective [not before noun] British English informal  MONEYPOORhaving no money, especially for a short time syn broke I’m skint at the moment.
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skintAt that time I was skint, and I would have taken any job I could get.Can you lend me some money to tide me over? I'm a bit skint at the moment.I sold my record collection when I was skint one time.I'm really skint -- you couldn't lend me a few quid could you?
From Longman Business Dictionaryskintskint /skɪnt/ adjective [not before a noun] British English informal not having much money, especially for a short timeI’m skint at the moment.
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