skint

adjective \ ˈskint \

Definition of skint

chiefly British

Examples of skint in a Sentence

  1. an area of London where skint punk rockers would hang out

Origin and Etymology of skint

alteration of skinned, past participle of 2skin


SKINT Defined for English Language Learners

skint

adjective

Definition of skint for English Language Learners

  • : having no money



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