маленький; незначительный; небольшой; короткий; малый; мелочный; ничтожный; ограниченный; уменьшенный;
мало; немного; кое-что;
немногое; небольшое количество; кое-что; короткое время; непродолжительное время; пустяк
- Good heavens, Wilson, I have nothing to write now, only lines here and there that add up to precious little.
- The black vintage Humber bicycle was a little unsteady today.
- He closed his Manchester school and knowing that his wife rarely deviated from being either in Blackpool or London, he could safely assume there was little chance of a confrontation.
- When Roeder began he found very little material and much that was written erroneously, even in the Dictionary of National Biography.
- "Don't like to see little 'uns ill."
- Such images have little flexibility and may easily be destroyed by mundane realities.
- And grazing too many animals on too little land leaves soil unprotected against wind or water erosion.
- There is little to suggest that this view changed, at least until the sterling crisis of 1947.
- The remainder - Va'aiga Tuigamala and Walter Little in the backs, Paul Henderson and Graham Purvis in the pack - have largely been back-up strength in recent times, although Little was busily occupied at first five-eighths in four of the tests this season.
- "And as you are well aware, I have had precious little from the police on that case."
- What O'Neillism did for Paisleyism was to raise in a concrete way the possibility of change from being a Protestant society and culture (constantly threatened by the old enemy within and without) to being a secular modern society in which religious affiliation would be of little consequence.
- THE new captain of Preston Grasshoppers is none other than England lock WADE DOOLEY , which wold suggest that - at least at club level - the "Blackpool Tower" has every intention of playing on for a little while.
- Add to that a low-profile neck, and you've got a pretty funky little thang.