English to Haitian Meaning :: scant

Scant :
- ensifizanscantedscanterscantestscanties

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Verb(1) work hastily or carelessly; deal with inadequately and superficially(2) limit in quality or quantity(3) supply sparingly and with restricted quantities
Adjective(1) less than the correct or legal or full amount often deliberately so

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(1) The ball was pumped high and handsome from end to end, with scant regard for skill or teamwork, and this took place in perfect conditions on a summer's evening that appeared to be made for football.(2) Various military commanders were sent to the troubled colony, but they were given limited resources and scant encouragement from home.(3) This mainstream inward-investment effort paid scant attention to financial services or any other part of the non-manufacturing side of business.(4) You adapted the monarchy successfully to the modern world - and that has been a challenge because it is a world that can pay scant regard to tradition and often values passing fashions above enduring faith.(5) And scant evidence suggests DDT gets into the environment in significant amounts when sprayed indoors.(6) Hardly wearing out its welcome at a scant 50 minutes, the feature is accompanied by the shorts Intent, Strap 'Em Down!(7) Concern has particularly arisen in view of younger men having paid scant attention to the richness of their culture.(8) Still, with just this scant amount of evidence, that one news source made it sound like your car might be vulnerable to viruses passed on from passing cars.(9) You chose to use the motorway with scant regard for others, for your own purposes and your own enjoyment, and that is a crime in itself.(10) Before, scant data existed on the quantity of fluoride in the national food supply and, therefore, on our overall dietary fluoride consumption.(11) The limited information provided on this test was scant and imprecise, and I found it of no assistance.(12) With scant regard for human life or political consequences, employing violence as their sole instrument of persuasion, they slaughtered innocent people indiscriminately.(13) The relatively scant amount of English written law is due not to wars and problems of documentary survival, but to its distance from post-Roman legal culture.(14) He didn't put ads on the site and used a scant amount of donations to pay for the server.(15) In the scant amount of light from the street lights, I was able to make out his face, not exactly clearly, but enough to know who it was.(16) There is a scant amount of data available, severely limiting the kinds of conclusions one can draw.
Related Words
(1) scant ::
1. little ::
ti kras
2. little or no ::
ti kras oswa ki pa gen
3. minimal ::
5. limited ::
6. negligible ::
7. barely sufficient ::
apèn ase
8. meager ::
9. insufficient ::
10. too little ::
twò piti
11. inadequate ::
12. deficient ::
13. exiguous ::
14. skimp ::
1. abundant ::
2. ample ::
3. bountiful ::
bon moun
4. generous ::
5. liberal ::
6. plenteous ::
p'ap janm
7. plentiful ::
Different Forms
scant, scanted, scanter, scantest, scanties, scantily, scanting, scantly, scantness, scants, scanty
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