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Translation of "little" - English-Polish dictionary

little

adjective     /ˈlɪtl/
SMALL A1 small in size or amount mały a little bag/box/town She's so little. It costs as little as one dollar. I might have a little bit of cake.SmallExtremely small
SHORT [always before noun] B2 short in time or distance mały Sit down for a little while. Let's have a little break.SmallExtremely small
NOT IMPORTANT [always before noun] B1 not important mały, drobny It's only a little problem. I'm having a little trouble with my back.Of little or less importance
YOUNG [always before noun] A1 young and small mały, młodszy She was my little sister and I looked after her.Describing people who are young
(Definition of little adjective from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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