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slight

adjective (SMALL IN AMOUNT)
少量
 
 
/slaɪt/
small in amount or degree
少量的,微小的
a slight improvement
略微的改善
a slight incline
缓坡
I've got a slight headache.
我有点儿头痛。
I haven't the slightest idea what he's talking about.
我一点儿也不明白他在说什么。
Yes, no and not
not in the slightest not at all
一点儿也不,一点儿也没有
"Does it worry you?" "Not in the slightest."
“这让你担心吗?”“一点儿也不。”
Intensifying expressions
(Definition of slight adjective (SMALL IN AMOUNT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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