fewest

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الإنجليزية - التركية
en az
few
birkaç

Sadece birkaç kişi beni anladı. - Only a few people understood me.

Yalnızca birkaç kişi vaktinde geldi. - Only a few people showed up on time.

few
{s} az
few
{s} kıt
few
{i} az miktar

Birkaç yıl önce, bizim odanın içinde az miktarda mobilya vardı. - A few years ago, our room had little furniture in it.

few
bazıları

Amerika Birleşik Devletleri dünyadaki en modern silahlardan bazılarına sahip olmasına rağmen, çok az sayıda savaş kazandı. - Although the United States has some of the most modern weapons in the world, it has won very few wars.

few
(Meteoroloji) az bulutlu
few
birkaç kişi/şey/tane
few
some few birkaç
few
azıcık
few
birçok

Sepette birçok çürük elmalar vardı. - There were quite a few rotten apples in the basket.

Birçok insanın iki arabası var. - Quite a few people have two cars.

few
every few days birkaç gündenot a few pek de az değil
few
quite a few birçok
few
a few of his friends dostlarından bazıları
few
(isim) az miktar
few
a few birkaç
few
(Askeri) (RAID SIZE) AZ (TAARRUZ SIRASINDA): Hava önlemesinde yedi veya daha az sayıda uçak kullanılması. Ayrıca bakınız: "many (raid size) "
few
a man of few words az konuşan adam
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The superlative of few; the smallest number

On Sundays, the fewest cars use this street.

(superlative of `few' used with count nouns and usually preceded by `the') quantifier meaning the smallest in number; "the fewest birds in recent memory"
{s} quantifier signifying the smallest in number
fewest(a)
(superlative of `few' used with count nouns and usually preceded by `the') quantifier meaning the smallest in number; "the fewest birds in recent memory
Few
The pilots who fought in the Battle of Britain
few
An indefinite, but usually small, number of

I don't know how many drinks I've had, but I've had a few.

few
Few people, few things

Many are called, but few are chosen.

few
Having a 10 percent chance of measurable precipitation (0.01 inch); used interchangeably with isolated
few
Not many; a small (in comparison with another number stated or implied) but somewhat indefinite number of

Many are called, but few are chosen.

few
Obscuring one eighth to two eighths of the sky

NOAA definition of the term few clouds: An official sky cover classification for aviation weather observations, descriptive of a sky cover of 1/8 to 2/8. This is applied only when obscuring phenomenon aloft are present--that is, not when obscuring phenomenon are surface-based, such as fog.

few
{a} not many, belonging to a small number
few
The amount of sky cover for a cloud layer between 1/8th and 2/8ths, based on the summation layer amount for that layer
few
Not many; small, limited, or confined in number; indicating a small portion of units or individuals constituing a whole; often, by ellipsis of a noun, a few people
few
A small elite group
few
emphasis You use no fewer than to emphasize that a number is surprisingly large. No fewer than thirteen foreign ministers attended the session
few
one eighth to two eighths obscured by clouds
few
covering one eighth to two eighths of the sky
few
You use a few to indicate that you are talking about a small number of people or things. You can also say a very few. I gave a dinner party for a few close friends Here are a few more ideas to consider She was silent for a few seconds. Few is also a pronoun. Doctors work an average of 90 hours a week, while a few are on call for up to 120 hours A strict diet is appropriate for only a few. Few is also a quantifier. There are many ways eggs can be prepared; here are a few of them. a little tea-party I'm giving for a few of the teachers
few
an indefinite but relatively small number; "they bought a case of beer and drank a few"
few
oligo
few
You use few after adjectives and determiners to indicate that you are talking about a small number of things or people. The past few weeks of her life had been the most pleasant she could remember in the last few chapters A train would pass through there every few minutes at that time of day
few
a small elite group; "it was designed for the discriminating few"
few
You use few to indicate that you are talking about a small number of people or things. You can use `so', `too' and `very' in front of few. She had few friends, and was generally not very happy Few members planned to vote for him Very few firms collect the tax, even when they're required to do so by (Hukuk) many Few is also a pronoun. The trouble is that few want to buy, despite the knockdown prices on offer. a true singing and songwriting talent that few suspected. Few is also a quantifier. Few of the volunteers had military experience. Few is also an adjective. spending her few waking hours in front of the TV His memories of his father are few
few
few refers to count nouns, less and little to mass nouns
few
adj [not many] sedikit
few
{i} not many, some, several; small number of -
few
emphasis Things that are few and far between are very rare or do not happen very often. In this economic climate new ideas were few and far between. = rare
few
A small number of things or people
few
An indefinite small number of things or people
few
{s} little, not many, some
few
Used to descrige a cloud layer that covers between 1/8th and 2/8ths of the sky
few
emphasis You use as few as before a number to suggest that it is surprisingly small. One study showed that even as few as ten cigarettes a day can damage fertility
few
a small elite group; "it was designed for the discriminating few" an indefinite but relatively small number; "they bought a case of beer and drank a few" a quantifier that can be used with count nouns and is often preceded by `a'; a small but indefinite number; "a few weeks ago"; "a few more wagons than usual"; "an invalid's pleasures are few and far between"; "few roses were still blooming"; "few women have led troops in battle
few
A cloud layer that covers between 1/8th and 2/8ths of the sky
few
a quantifier that can be used with count nouns and is often preceded by `a'; a small but indefinite number; "a few weeks ago"; "a few more wagons than usual"; "an invalid's pleasures are few and far between"; "few roses were still blooming"; "few women have led troops in battle
few
some, not many
few
The few means a small set of people considered as separate from the majority, especially because they share a particular opportunity or quality that the others do not have. This should not be an experience for the few. a system built on academic excellence for the few
few
More than one, but not as many as usual or as expected
few
pron. some, several
few
(n ) tren, trehn
the fewest
{s} quantifier signifying the smallest in number (e.g.: "The fewest fish in recent years")
fewest
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