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smidgen

noun [S] (also smidgin, smidgeon) uk   us   /ˈsmɪdʒ.ɪn/ informal
a very small amount: Could I have a smidgen more wine? It was five years since I'd last seen him, but he hadn't changed a smidgen.
Translations of “smidgen”
in Chinese (Traditional) 少量,一丁點兒…
in Chinese (Simplified) 少量,丁点儿…
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