- adj.节俭的; 节约的
- 比较级: thriftier;
- 最高级: thriftiest;
Hitler lives a simple and thrifty life! Hitler is a vegetarian.
German consumers stayed thrifty as consumers from San Sebasti á n to San Francisco binged on debt.
He found them thrifty , hardworking, unpretentious – like Japanese commoners, one imagine.
他发现德国人是那么的勤劳, 节俭, 朴实–就像日本的老百姓.
My goodness the skies are thrifty these days and so I've heard is the American consumer.
His wife is a frugal [ thrifty ] housekeeper .
她的妻子是个 节俭 的好管家.
She is a thrifty housekeeper.
The thrifty farmer seldom indulged himself with good food.
But hard times also encouraged smokers to be more thrifty.
A proverb never stale in thrifty mind.
But in the Czech Republic the banks were solid and habits thrifty.
But memories of her early straits had made her excessively thrifty.
She is a very thrifty housewife.
Except for smoking and drinking, he is a thrifty man.
While you still do not a job, be more thrifty and be frugal with your expenses.
She was a thrifty woman and managed to put aside some money every month.
Be thrifty and hardworking in whatever undertaking you are to start on.
Except for smoking and drinking. he a thrifty man.
We are committed to profitability and sound finances. We are thrifty.
The thrifty farmer seldom, if ever, indulged himself with good food.
Her mother is a thrifty housewife.
Whereas many Americans are reasonably thrifty, the wealthiest group spends more than it earns.
Lei Feng, always thrifty, had saved this sum from his allowances.
Mr. Higginbotham was too thrifty to keep a servant when his wife could do the work.
Don't get me wrong. I just meant to say that he is very thrifty.
We will bring in a measure to be thrifty with raw materials.
Jackie sees the comedy in her millionaire husband's thrifty habits.
1. careful and diligent in the use of resources
2. mindful of the future in spending money;
"careful with money"