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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “small”

small

adjective (LIMITED)
有限的
    /smɔːl/ US  /smɑːl/
limited in size or amount when compared with what is typical or average
小的;少的;矮小的
a small dog/house/car/country
小狗/房子/汽车/国
I'd rather live in a small town than a big city.
我宁愿住在小城镇,也不住在大城市。
Would you like a large or small cola with your burger?
你的汉堡包要配大可乐还是小可乐?
Ella is the smallest girl in her class.
埃拉是她班上个头最小的女孩。
That jacket's too small for you.
那件夹克你穿太小了。
He's small for his age.
相对他的年龄来说,他个子小了些。
Only a small number of applicants are successful.
只有一小部分人申请成功了。
The number of women in parliament is pitifully (= extremely) small.
议会中女性的数量少得可怜。
Liqueurs are usually drunk in small quantities.
利口酒通常都是小口小口地喝。
SmallExtremely smallSmall in number and quantity
smallness     /ˈsmɔːl.nəs/ US  /ˈsmɑːl-/ noun [U] The smallness of the city often surprises first-time visitors.
这座城市如此之小,常常让初来乍到的游客感到惊奇。
SmallExtremely small
(Definition of small adjective (LIMITED) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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