Definitions English

  • Limited in degree or scope: small farm operations.
  • Lacking position, influence, or status; minor: "A crowd of small writers had vainly attempted to rival Addison” ( Thomas Macaulay).
  • Unpretentious; modest: made a small living; helped the cause in my own small way.
  • Not fully grown; very young.
  • Narrow in outlook; petty: a small mind.
  • Having been belittled; humiliated: Their comments made me feel small.
  • Diluted; weak. Used of alcoholic beverages.
  • Lacking force or volume: a small voice.
  • In small pieces: Cut the meat up small.
  • Without loudness or forcefulness; softly.
  • In a small manner.
  • A part that is smaller or narrower than the rest: the small of the back.
  • Small things considered as a group.
  • Chiefly British Small items of clothing.