two-bit


two–bit

adjective \ˈtü-ˈbit\

: not very important or valuable

Full Definition of TWO-BIT

1
:  of the value of two bits
2
:  cheap or trivial of its kind :  petty, small-time <a two–bit chiseler>

First Known Use of TWO-BIT

1802

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