Bedeutung von “slight” — Learner’s Dictionary

slight

adjective us uk /slaɪt/
I'm afraid there's been a slight problem.She has a slight lisp.There is a slight discrepancy between the two statements.There is a slight risk that the blood could have become infected.There's only a slight chance of rain.
SMALL

B2 small and not important:

We're having a slight problem with our computer system.
PERSON

Someone who is slight is thin.

(Definition von “slight adjective” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)