Hindi translation of slight
slightPowered by COBUILD /slaɪt स्लाइट्/
Word forms: slighter, slightest, slights, slighting, slighted
Definitions and Translations
Something that is slight is very small in degree or quantity.
⇒ Doctors say he has made a slight improvement. ⇒ He's not the slightest bit worried.
⇒ a slight increase/decrease/variation ⇒ a slight improvement ⇒ a slight breeze/smile
You use in the slightest to emphasize a negative statement.
थोड़ा भी (नहीं) के अर्थ में प्रयुक्त वाक्यांश
⇒ That doesn't interest me in the slightest.
A slight person has a slim and delicate body.
4. transitive verb, countable noun
If you are slighted, someone does or says something that insults you by treating you as if your views or feelings are not important. You refer to what that person does or says as a slight.
अपमानित करना/अपमान mn
⇒ They felt slighted because nobody asked their opinions.
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Example Sentences Including 'slight'
Her eyes were scanning Carol from head to toe, taking in the short skirt with a slight raise of the eyebrows.THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
The child examined him with a slight frown then looked up at the older boy.TREASON KEEP (2001)
With only a slight accent, he said, `In Britain, we have a saying.CHAMELEON (2002)
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'slight' in Other Languages
- Arabic: طَفِيف
- Brazilian Portuguese: leve
- Chinese: 略微的
- Croatian: malen malena
- Czech: drobný
- Danish: lille
- Dutch: gering
- European Spanish: leve
- Finnish: vähäinen
- French: mince
- German: gering
- Greek: ανεπαίσθητος ανεπαίσθητη
- Italian: esile
- Japanese: わずかな
- Korean: 약간의
- Norwegian: ubetydelig
- Polish: niewielki niewielka
- Portuguese: leve
- Romanian: mic mic, mică, mici
- Russian: незначительный незначительная
- Spanish: leve
- Swedish: liten litet
- Thai: เล็กน้อยมาก
- Turkish: az
- Ukrainian: невеликий
- Vietnamese: ít mức độ
Translation of slight from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary