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tiny

adjective [-er/-est only]  us   /ˈtɑɪ·ni/
extremely small: Just trim a tiny bit off my hair, please.
Translations of “tiny”
in Arabic ضَئيل…
in Korean 아주 작은…
in Malaysian sangat kecil…
in French minuscule…
in Turkish minicik, ufacık, küçücük…
in Italian piccolissimo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 微小的…
in Russian крошечный…
in Polish malutki, maleńki…
in Vietnamese nhỏ xíu…
in Spanish minúsculo, pequeñísimo, diminuto…
in Portuguese minúsculo…
in Thai เล็กมาก…
in German winzig…
in Catalan diminut, minúscul…
in Japanese とても小さい…
in Indonesian kecil…
in Chinese (Simplified) 微小的…
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