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lessdeterminer, pronoun, adverb

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A2 a smaller amount (of), or to a smaller degree: We must try to spend less money. Exercise more and eat less. I eat less chocolate and fewer biscuits than I used to. Getting out of bed in summer is less difficult than in winter.less than ... used to say that behaviour does not have the good or attractive characteristic that is stated: I think he was less than honest with me.less and less If something happens less and less, it becomes gradually smaller in amount or happens less often: He's less and less able to look after himself.
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Traducciones de “less”
en árabe أقَلّ…
en coreano 더 적게…
in Malaysian kurang…
en francés plus petit que, moins (de)…
en turco daha da az…
en italiano meno, di meno…
en chino (tradicionál) 更少,較小…
en ruso меньше, меньший…
en polaco mniej, mniejszy…
in Vietnamese kém…
en español menos…
en portugués menos…
in Thai น้อยกว่า…
en alemán weniger…
en catalán menys…
en japonés より少なく…
in Indonesian tidak sebanyak…
en chino (simplificado) 更少,较小…
(Definition of less determiner, pronoun, adverb, preposition from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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