English translation of 'minuscule'
Example Sentences Including 'minuscule'
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A ce moment, en mars, sur une scène minuscule, la haute couture frappa les trois coups.Marie Claire
Cette question, plantée comme une minuscule cannelle dans un foudre de réponses, ne pouvait les libérer toutes d'un coup.Les moulins à nuages
D'un geste minuscule, Mme Granger m'indique le téléphone.Le baptême du boiteux
Un minuscule revenu venant s'ajouter à une maigre retraite de 1 750 francs par mois.L'enfer fiscal: les victimes témoignent
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'minuscule' in Other Languages
British English: tiny /ˈtaɪnɪ/ ADJECTIVE
Someone or something that is tiny is extremely small.
She was tiny, but she had a very loud voice.
- American English: tiny
- Arabic: ضَغِيرٌ جِدّاً
- Brazilian Portuguese: pequeno
- Chinese: 微小的
- Croatian: sićušan
- Czech: drobný
- Danish: lillebitte
- Dutch: uiterst klein
- European Spanish: diminuto
- Finnish: pikkuruinen
- French: minuscule
- German: winzig
- Greek: μικρούτσικος
- Italian: minuscolo
- Japanese: 小さな
- Korean: 아주 작은
- Norwegian: knøttlite
- Polish: drobny
- European Portuguese: pequeno
- Romanian: micuț
- Russian: крошечный
- Spanish: diminuto
- Swedish: mycket liten
- Thai: เล็กมาก
- Turkish: ufak
- Ukrainian: крихітний
- Vietnamese: nhỏ xíu
British English: diminutive ADJECTIVE
A diminutive person or object is very small.
She noticed a diminutive figure standing at the entrance.
British English: minuscule ADJECTIVE
If you describe something as minuscule, you mean that it is very small.
The film was shot in 17 days, a minuscule amount of time.
Translation of minuscule from the Collins French to English
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