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minuscule

adjective  us   /ˈmɪn·əˌskjul, məˈnʌsˌkjul/ (also miniscule,  /ˈmɪn·əˌskul/ )
extremely small: Salaries are a minuscule part of the budget.
Translations of “minuscule”
in Chinese (Traditional) 微小的,極小的…
in Russian очень маленький…
in Turkish çok küçük, ufacık, minnacık…
in Chinese (Simplified) 微小的,极小的…
in Polish mikroskopijny…
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