tittle

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Englisch - Türkisch
zerre
işaret
küçük şey
çekit
nebze
{i} nokta
tittle tattle
gammazlık
tittle-tattle
dedikodu
tittle tattle
dedikoducu
tittle tattle
dedikodu
not a tittle
değil bir zerre
tittles
başlıklar
every jot and tittle
en ufak her şey: She's particular about every jot and tittle. En ufak noktaya dikkat eder
every jot and tittle
en ufak her şey
not one tittle
en ufak hiçbir şey: Not one tittle of it will be changed. En ufak bir noktası bile değiştirilmeyecek
tittle tattle
aptal aptal konuşmak
tittle tattle
dedikodu yapmak
Englisch - Englisch
A small, insignificant amount (of something); a vanishing scintilla; a measly crumb; a minute speck
Any small dot, stroke, or diacritical mark, especially if part of a letter, or if a letter-like abbreviation; in particular, the dots over the Latin letters i and j

A tittle is more or less the same thing (the dot over an i, for instance), except that it can be traced back to Medieval Latin for a little mark over or under a letter, such as an accent ague or a cedilla. I don't know whether an umlaut is one or two tittles. Maybe it's a jot and a tittle side by side.

{n} a point, dot, small particle
any small diacritic mark, such as the dot over an i
A particle; a minute part; a jot; an iota
a tiny or scarcely detectable amount
{i} small particle, dot
a small amount; an iota
tittle-tattle
petty, idle gossip
tittle-tattle
to spread gossip
tittle-tattle
to engage in such gossip
tittle tattle
gossip, rumors; nonsense, jabber; spread gossip, tell rumors; chit-chat, talk small talk
tittle-tattle
disapproval If you refer to something that a group of people talk about as tittle-tattle, you mean that you disapprove of it because it is not important, and there is no real evidence that it is true. tittle-tattle about the private lives of minor celebrities. = gossip. unimportant conversation about other people and what they are doing = gossip (tattle)
to a tittle
Down to the least particular; perfectly, to a T

being less in love, she yawned a little, / And felt her veins chilled by the neighbouring sea; / And so, she cooked their breakfast to a tittle .

latest tittle-tattle
most recent gossip, newest rumors
tittles
plural of tittle
tittle

    Silbentrennung

    tit·tle

    Türkische aussprache

    tîtıl

    Aussprache

    /ˈtətəl/ /ˈtɪtəl/

    Etymologie

    [ 'ti-t&l ] (noun.) 14th century. From Medieval Latin titulus (“small stroke, diacritical mark, accent”), from Latin titulus (“title”).

    Gemeinsame Collocations

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