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Meaning of “small” - Learner’s Dictionary

small

adjective     /smɔːl/
LITTLE
A1 little in size or amount: They live in a small apartment near Times Square. We teach the children in small groups.SmallExtremely small
YOUNG
A1 A small child is very young: a woman with three small childrenDescribing people who are young
NOT IMPORTANT
A2 not important or serious: a small mistake Jenny's got a small part in the school play.Of little or less importance
feel small
to feel stupid or unimportant: Simon was always trying to make me feel small.Faults and mistakes
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