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small print

noun [U]
 
UK ( US fine print)
text in a formal agreement which is printed smaller than the rest of the text, sometimes in the hope that it will not be noticed because it contains rules or information that will not give advantages to the person signing the agreement
(正式合同中用较小的字体印刷、可能对签署者不利的易被忽略的)附属细则
Don't sign anything until you've read the small print.
读完小号字印刷的附属细则之后再签字。
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