Third-person singular simple present indicative form of shortchange. (verb)
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Use "shortchanging" in a sentence
"Toews 'remarks come as Canada's Ombudsman for Victims of Crime, Steve Sullivan, said the government is "shortchanging" victims by spending too little on support services and a disproportionate amount on corrections."
"Slide 16: Hypothesis Theoretical hypothesis Discrimination against young women in the classroom, known as "shortchanging," harms the women academically, socially, and psychologically."
""shortchanging" victims and should refocus spending that now has a "staggering" weight in favour of criminal offenders."