Meaning of SMALL in English

SMALL

n. 25B6; adjective

a small flat : LITTLE, compact, bijou, tiny, miniature, mini; minute, microscopic, minuscule; toy, baby; poky, cramped, boxy; Scottish wee; informal tiddly, teeny, teensy, itsy-bitsy, itty-bitty, pocket-sized, half-pint, dinky, ickle; Brit. informal titchy; N. Amer. informal little-bitty.

a very small man : SHORT, little, petite, diminutive, elfin, tiny; puny, undersized, stunted, dwarfish, midget, pygmy, Lilliputian; Scottish wee; informal teeny, pint-sized.

a few small changes : SLIGHT, minor, unimportant, trifling, trivial, insignificant, inconsequential, negligible, nugatory, infinitesimal; informal minuscule, piffling, piddling.

small helpings : INADEQUATE, meagre, insufficient, ungenerous; informal measly, stingy, mingy, pathetic.

they made him feel small : FOOLISH, stupid, insignificant, unimportant; embarrassed, humiliated, uncomfortable, mortified, ashamed; crushed.

a small farmer : SMALL-SCALE, small-time; modest, unpretentious, humble.

micro-, mini-, nano-.

big, tall, major, ample, substantial.

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