A small amount or duration.
Limited or below average in number or quantity or magnitude or extent:
— A little dining room.
— A little house.
— A little (or small) group.
Polish: niewielki, mały, nieduży
quantifier used with mass nouns Small in quantity or degree; not much or almost none or (with `a') at least some:
— Little rain fell in May.
— Gave it little thought.
— Little time is left.
— We still have little money.
— A little hope remained.
of children and animals Young, immature:
— What a big little boy you are.
Polish: mały, niedorosły, nieduży
informal Small and of little importance:
— A little (or small) matter.
of a voice Faint:
— A little voice.
Low in stature; not tall:
— A little man.
Polish: konusowaty, kurduplowaty, nikczemnego wzrostu
Small in a way that arouses feelings (of tenderness or its opposite depending on the context).
Moby thesaurus: Lilliputian, a bit, a breath, a little, abject, abominable, ace, arrant, atom, atrocious, authoritarian, baby, back-burner, bantam, barely, base, beggarly, bigot, bigoted, bit ... show more.
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