Translation of two-bit in Spanish:


de tres al cuarto, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈtu ˌbɪt//ˈtuːbɪt/



  • 1informal

    de tres al cuarto informal
    de chicha y nabo informal
    de medio pelo informal
    • As he climbs the rungs of the underground ladder, he'll draw the attention of the cops, the Mafia, the Yakuza and every two-bit thug in town.
    • Nor am I the two-bit thief this town believes me to be!
    • I was doing that eons before this two-bit hustler started horning in on the action.
    • Most visibly, it has transformed the British day out - you can't visit even the most two-bit town these days without tripping over its spangly new heritage centre or interactive museum.
    • I'm stuck in this two-bit town until the fall, when I will venture out to the same college I went to before and try to life my live.
    • As far as I'm concerned, you're still the same two-bit, third-rate, no-talent excuse for an actor that you were when you first started out, not even fit for all those grade B westerns you made your name in.
    • This is for all those nights in two-bit minor-league towns, for all the times he was told he wasn't good enough.
    • Maybe thought you'd find some two-bit drunks to sleep around with while you were at it?
    • The casting couch was a common feature in every two-bit producer's office.
    • It's also a fascinating story about how red-dirt artistry and two-bit commerce came together to create and market a product that transformed the music world.
    • He'll start bringing home two-bit hussies, whom I'll resent because they remind me of younger, more fun versions of myself.
    • The trick is known to just about every two-bit crook in the cellular age: If you don't want the cops to know where you are, take the battery out of your cell phone when it's not in use.
    • He's like a Charlie Chaplin hero battered by industry - or, in this case, by the State, global economies, two-bit thieves, Mafiosi, et cetera.
    • On network news, terse and cliched summaries of Thompson's career were accompanied, in equal time, by news of the passing of a pair of two-bit actors.
    • If there is anything in the world that will mark a man as a two-bit, urban, cowboy wanna-be in my book it's his refusal to take his hat off in the house.
    • Bobby and Ricky are two-bit boxers who have about as much chance of reaching the big time as they have of winning the lottery.
    • But even in a tiny, two-bit town in Haryana, she got a science education good enough to allow her to compete at an international level.
    • He easily buys into the fact that this beautiful, generous girl would fall madly in love with him - a two-bit con - because none of the other men in the world are good enough for her
    • You aren't a woman in that shirt, you're a two-bit floozy.
    • And he introduces the naive first offenders and two-bit nonviolent users who have received draconian punishment.
  • 2

    (cheap, worth two bits)
    de medio dólar