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Meaning of “small-scale” - Learner’s Dictionary

small-scale

adjective     /ˌsmɔːlˈskeɪl/
A small-scale activity or organization is not big and involves few people.SmallExtremely small
Translations of “small-scale”
in Russian небольшой…
in Turkish küçük ölçekli…
in Polish na małą skalę…
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