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two-bit

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtwo-bitˈtwo-bit adjective especially American English informal  BAD ATnot at all good or important syn second-rate She’s just a two-bit movie star.
Examples from the Corpus
two-bitWhat do you think I am, some two-bit crook?What do you think I am, some two-bit crook?It occurred to me that this was not some two-bit gambling ring.Franz and Hoffman play Donny and Teach, the kind of two-bit operators Sipowicz would want to arrest.But he ain't some two-bit punk on the run after blowin' some one away.He was just some two-bit street punk, a low level thief who made some lucky connections.
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