Definition of "short-change" []

  • Alternative form of shortchange. (verb)

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Use "short-change" in a sentence
  • "To be religiously illiterate is to short-change one's self and society."
  • "Hunt warns not to short-change your tax-reducing retirement accounts at work, such as a 401k, in order to afford a cash value life insurance policy."
  • "On a urgent -- potentially lifesaving -- global matter, the United States, recently broke it's commitment to fulfill its fair-share contribution to the Global Fund for AIDS, TB and Malaria, choosing instead to short-change it by $2 billion -- leaving millions of people around the world to die from AIDS, and millions of children unnecessarily orphaned."