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miniature

adjective [not gradable]  /ˈmɪn·i·əˌtʃʊr, -tʃər/ us  
very small: She has dollhouse filled with miniature furniture.

miniature

noun [C/U]  /ˈmɪn·i·əˌtʃʊr, -tʃər/ us  
(of an object) the state of being much smaller than the thing it represents, or such an object: [U] She bought a model of the Empire State Building in miniature.
Translations of “miniature”
in Korean 소형의…
in Arabic صَغير جِدًا…
in French miniature…
in Turkish son derece küçük/ufak, minyatür…
in Italian in miniatura, in scala ridotta…
in Chinese (Traditional) 微型的, 小型的, 微小的…
in Russian миниатюрный…
in Polish miniaturowy…
in Spanish miniatura…
in Portuguese em miniatura…
in German Miniatur-……
in Catalan diminut, en miniatura…
in Japanese 小型の…
in Chinese (Simplified) 微型的, 小型的, 微小的…
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