Definition of 'small print'
Example sentences containing 'small print'
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Check the small print to find out what fruit and how much. The Sun (2007)It is important to read the small print before parting with your money. The Sun (2012)Reading the small print of your agreement can make such a difference. Say Goodbye to Debt (1994) Included in the small print is a clause giving the firm the right to pass on personal details. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Looking at the small print, we find that these do not include tours and tips. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Needless to say, the insurers point out that their right to change the terms is included in the small print. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Read the small print. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Finally, if you sign up to a notice account, you may well find that the small print requires you to confirm any withdrawal instruction. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Used Occasionally. small print is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'small print'
British English: small print NOUN
The small print of a contract or agreement is the part of it that is written in very small print. You refer to it as the small print especially when you think that it might include unfavourable conditions which someone might not notice or understand.
Read the small print in your contract to find out exactly what you are insured for.
- American English: small print
- Brazilian Portuguese: letras miúdas
- Chinese: > 附属细则 合同或协议的
- European Spanish: letra pequeña
- French: clauses imprimées en petits caractères
- German: Kleingedruckte
- Italian: parte scritta in piccolo
- Japanese: 細字部分
- Korean: > 세목계약서 등의
- European Portuguese: letras miúdas
- Spanish: letra pequeña
Definition of small print from the Collins English Dictionary
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