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lesser-known

adjective uk   /ˌles.əˈnəʊn/  us   /-ɚˈnoʊn/
not as popular or famous as something else: We stayed on one of the lesser-known Greek islands.
Translations of “lesser-known”
in Chinese (Traditional) 不太知名的,不很出名的…
in Russian менее известный…
in Turkish daha az bilinen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不太知名的,不很出名的…
in Polish mniej znany…
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