Bedeutung von “little” im Essential American English Dictionary


adjective us /ˈlɪt̬·əl/

A1 small in size or amount:

I have a little bag.
She’s so little.
I had a little bit of cake.
→ Opposite big (1) , large

A1 young:

When I was little, my hair was curly.

B1 not important:

It’s only a little problem.

short in time or distance:

Sit down for a little while.
Let’s have a little break.

used to show affection or dislike for someone or something:

Oh, what a sweet little house!
He’s a nasty little man.

(Definition von “little adjective” aus dem Webster's Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)