Meaning: If you are short-changed, someone cheats you of money or doesn't give you full value for something.Country: International English | Subject Area: Money | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Short shrift
- The short straw
- Change horses in midstream
- A day late and a dollar short
- Change tack
- Change your tune
- Change of heart
- Leopard can't change its spots
- Short end of the stick
- Chop and change
- Short horse soon curried
- Deep pockets but short arms
- Sea change
- The long and short
- Keep on a short leash
- Cut a long story short
- In the short run
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