Translation of small-time in Spanish:

small-time

de poca monta, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈsmɔːltʌɪm//ˈsmɔl ˈˌtaɪm/

adjective

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    de poca monta
    de poca importancia
    • Gina is your softer-featured Calvin, a small-time stylist who's just trying to make it in a world full of headaches.
    • A clutch of kings, small-time rulers and chieftains invaded your home, dazzling garments and heavy jewellery in tow.
    • The industry sweepstakes are pegged with four major players at the top, two medium-scale ones and a few small-time operators.
    • Back in the day, Great Britain used to make and unmake small-time countries like Greece with one hand tied behind its back.
    • And what can small-time stations and local radio networks learn from their examples?
    • But Michael Rebell was never the small-time lawyer, with only a desk and a shingle, that some made him out to be.
    • After an uninspiring university life he worked as a small-time suburban solicitor who lived with his mother until he was thirty-two.
    • The jury at Preston Crown Court had been told how small-time drug dealer Mr Barnshaw had been beaten and doused in petrol and set alight after being kidnapped.
    • But Pitt's six-year reign as a small-time godfather in south Manchester came to an end last year when he was jailed for life for murder.
    • First came a rumor about Kerry, then a small-time blogger wrote about it, and his posting was read by journalists.
    • He was a small-time farmer, who loved animals and the land.
    • No one questioned what a small-time dealer would be doing with rockets.
    • The book was to show how corporations and small-time bureaucrats conspire to sell out the people they purport to represent.
    • They were ‘just small-time crooks who thought they were a lot bigger than they were’, according to Richardson.
    • For sheer want of manpower, violators go untraced and consequently a summons is never served for small-time traffic violations.
    • The crooks range from small-time gangsters to big-time drug traffickers and international terrorists.
    • The boys are suitably impressed, and when Sanjay asks them to work for him, turning their small-time racket into a bigger operation, they agree.
    • It is a cynical look at small-time academia, and it was really completely beneath the station of someone like Qian to have written it.
    • Ten years later, Rikidozan was killed by a small-time gangster, with a tanto, in a bar.
    • In the movie, he's a small-time interviewer from a small-time station.