Definition for "little"
- tiny in size: a little dining area. See…
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Urban Dictionary for "little"
- tiny in size: a little dining area. See Synonyms at tiny.
- Short in level or timeframe; brief: Discover very little time left.
- Small in amount or degree: little money.
- Unimportant; insignificant: just a little matter.
- slim; petty: mean little comments; slightly brain eaten with trivia.
- Without much power or influence; of minor condition.
- Being at an early on phase of growth; younger: just a little youngster.
- Younger or youngest. Utilized especially of a sibling: My little sibling is leaving for college a few weeks.
- Small in proportions.
- Insignificant, insignificant.
- really young.
- More Youthful.
- combined with title of spot, specifically of a country, to denote a neighborhood whose residents or storekeepers are from that destination.
- Small in amount or number, having couple of people.
- Small in proportions or degree; maybe not huge; diminutive; -- against huge or big
- brief in timeframe; brief.
- Small in volume or amount; very little
- Little in dignity, power, or relevance; maybe not great; insignificant; contemptible.
- Small in force or performance; perhaps not powerful; weak; minor; inconsiderable
- Small in degree of views or sympathies; thin; superficial; contracted; mean; illiberal; ungenerous.
- reduced in stature; not tall
- (of young ones and creatures) young, immature
- tiny in a fashion that arouses emotions (of pain or its reverse with regards to the framework)
- limited or substandard in quantity or amount or magnitude or degree
- (informal) small and of little relevance
- (quantifier combined with mass nouns) small in quantity or degree; not much or practically none or (with `a') at the very least some
- (of a voice) light
- little; scarcely: works very long hours, resting bit.
- maybe not whatsoever; never: They bit expected such a generous gift.
- very little.
- In a tiny volume or level; not much; a little; notably; -- often with a preceding it.
- not much
- a tiny volume or quantity: Offer me some.
- some thing significantly less than all: i am aware bit of the history.
- a quick distance or time: a little in the future; waited only a little.
- what is bit; a little amount, amount, room, or the want.
- A small degree or scale; small.
- a tiny amount, quantity, room, and/or love.
- a little bit or duration
- some Somewhat; somewhat: felt some better.
- little-by-little By little levels or increments; gradually.
- Not much, only a little: only a little bit (of).
- perhaps not big in number; having few constituent, people or parts: as, just a little army or fleet; only a little city.
- little; of small amount, volume, or degree; limited; limited: as, only a little food or drink; little pleasure or joy; little impact.
- perhaps not of great level or timeframe; soon; short in room or time; brief: as, only a little means or distance; a time.
- perhaps not great; little in consideration, dignity, effect, etc.; petty; inconsiderable; insignificant: because, only a little company; little matters; a little accident.
- ergo— Petty in character; mean; narrow; desiring breadth or largeness: since, just a little soul or head.
- Synonyms instant, little.
- and Scanty, slender, moderate.
- Insignificant, contemptible, weak. See littleness.
- In a small quantity or degree; very little; slightly.
- to be little or less.
- In order to make less. Compare belittle.