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Two-bit

DEFINITION

(Old fashioned) Cheap, valueless. Two-bits refers to a quarter in US money, 25 cents. The term implies cheap and more so, a difficult, resistive person or a shabby place.

“I wouldn’t eat at that two-bit cafe if you paid me.”

 

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