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Translation of "small" - English-Polish dictionary

small

adjective     /smɔːl/
LITTLE A1 little in size or amount mały 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. mały a woman with three small childrenDescribing people who are young
NOT IMPORTANT A2 not important or serious drobny, mały a small mistakeOf little or less importance
feel small to feel stupid or unimportant czuć się gorszym Simon was always trying to make me feel small.Faults and mistakes
(Definition of small adjective from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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