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minor

adjective /ˈmainə/
less, or little, in importance, size etc
menor
Always halt when driving from a minor road on to a major road She has to go into hospital for a minor operation.
(American) a secondary subject that a student chooses to study at university or college
secundario
Her major is in physics, but she has a minor in computer science.
minority /miˈno-, mӕiˈno-/ noun ( plural minorities) a small number; less than half
minoría
Only a minority of people live in the countryside a racial/political minority.
be in the minority to be in the smaller of two groups
estar en minoría
Women were in the minority at the meeting.
(Definition of minor from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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