- v. 节省；限制；<古>停止
- n. 节约；限制；定额的工作；滨鹬
an unbroken period of time during which you do something;
"there were stretches of boredom"
"he did a stretch in the federal penitentiary"
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an individual's prescribed share of work;
"her stint as a lifeguard exhausted her"
subsist on a meager allowance;
"scratch and scrimp"
supply sparingly and with restricted quantities;
"sting with the allowance"
- Don't stint on the cream!
- We hope that you will not stint your criticism.
- She stinted herself of food in order to let the children have enough.
- Don't stint yourself; take all you want.
- He lavished money on his children without stint.
- He's been smoking without stint.
- He has done his stint for today.
- Washing the breakfast dishes was her daily stint.
His wife and children had money lavished on them without stint.出自： J. G. Holland
No need for stint where supplies were always at hand.出自： E. R. Pitman
Would neither stint nor stick Our flesh from off our bones to pick.出自： Shelley