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Translation of "little" - English-Spanish dictionary

little

adverb
only to a small degree
poco
a little-known fact.
not at all
nada, ni la menor idea
He little knows how ill he is.
Translations of “little”
in Arabic قَليلاً…
in Korean 조금…
in Malaysian sedikit sahaja, langsung tidak…
in French peu, loin de…
in Turkish azıcık, az miktar…
in Italian poco…
in Chinese (Traditional) 少量…
in Russian немного, недостаточно…
in Polish mało, niewiele…
in Vietnamese một chút, không biết tí nào…
in Portuguese pouco…
in Thai น้อย, ไม่ทราบ…
in German wenig, überhaupt nicht…
in Catalan poc…
in Japanese ほとんど~しない…
in Indonesian sedikit, tidak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 少量…
(Definition of little from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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