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small

Definitions by Oxford


[smɔːl], (Adjective)

Definitions:
- of a size that is less than normal or usual
(e.g: the room was small and quiet)

- insignificant; unimportant
(e.g: these are small points)


Phrases:
- feel small
- in a small way
- it's a small world
- look small
- no small —
- small is beautiful
- small potatoes
- small profits and quick returns
- small wonder
- the small of the back
- the small screen

Origin:
Old English smæl, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch smal and German schmal


[smɔːl], (Noun)

Definitions:
- small items of clothing, especially underwear.

- a gratuity or small gift of money.


Phrases:
- feel small
- in a small way
- it's a small world
- look small
- no small —
- small is beautiful
- small potatoes
- small profits and quick returns
- small wonder
- the small of the back
- the small screen

Origin:


[smɔːl], (Adverb)

Definitions:
- into small pieces
(e.g: cut the okra up small)


Phrases:
- feel small
- in a small way
- it's a small world
- look small
- no small —
- small is beautiful
- small potatoes
- small profits and quick returns
- small wonder
- the small of the back
- the small screen

Origin:







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