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mini-

prefix
 
 
/mɪni-/
smaller than the usual type: They've released a mini-version of the software for phones. John's gone on a two-day mini-break to Paris with his wife. a mini-crisis →  Compare micro-
Translations of “mini-”
in Chinese (Traditional) (同類中)小型的,重要性較低的…
in Russian мини-, маленький…
in Turkish küçük anlamında ön ek…
in Chinese (Simplified) (同类中)小型的,重要性较低的…
in Polish mini-…
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