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Translation of "little" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

little

adjective (SMALL) 小的     /ˈlɪt.l̩/ US  /ˈlɪt̬-/
small in size or amount 小的,少的 It came in a little box. 它是裝在一個小盒子裡送來的。 a little dog/nose/room 小狗/鼻子/房間 A little old man came into the shop. 一個小老頭走進了商店。 He gave a little smile. 他微微笑了笑。 It'll only take a little while to clear up the kitchen. 用不了多少時間就能把廚房收拾好。 SmallExtremely smallSmall in number and quantity
(Definition of little adjective (SMALL) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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