small

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English - Turkish
ufak

Tom, Boston'dan çok uzak olmayan ufak bir kentte doğdu. - Tom was born in a small town not too far from Boston.

Aslında, ufak bir şikayetim var. - Actually, I do have one small complaint.

küçük

Hollanda küçük bir ülkedir. - The Netherlands is a small country.

Yakınlardaki küçük bir kasabada yaşıyordu. - He lived in a small town nearby.

{s} az
{s} fakir
{s} zayıf

Onun çiçek hastalığının zayıf evresini geçirdiğini söylediler. - They said he had a weak form of smallpox.

Kim onun o kadar zayıf ve küçük olabileceğini düşünürdü? - Who would have thought that she could be so thin and small?

{s} hafif
{s} mütevazi
çok bencil
mütevazı
cömertlikten yoksun
ufak parça
afaki
balaca
ufak ufak
küçük küçük
önemsiz

Önemsiz şeyleri dert etme. - Don't make such a big deal out of small things.

kuvvetsiz
ufak şey
{s} ufacık
hafif hafif
{s} sıradan
önemsizce
yavaşça
{i} dar kısım
{s} basit

Image Viewer bir resim görüntüleme yazılımıdır. Bu yazılım çok küçük bir programdır. Bu yazılımda sadece basit fonksiyonlar var. Bu, Tatoeba Project kullanıcıları tarafından çevrilebilir. - Image Viewer is an image viewing software. This software is a very small program. This software has basic functions only. This is translatable by Tatoeba Project users.

small arms tabanca gibi ufak silahlar
{s} minik
{s} cömertlikten yoksun, yalnızca kendi çıkarlarını düşünen, çok bencil
cuzi
{i} arka

Evimin arkasında küçük bir gölet var. - There is a small pond in back of my house.

Bizim küçük bir arka bahçemiz var. - We have a small backyard.

{s} küçücük
bir şeyin ince yeri
{s} ufak tefek

Ne kazandığın patronun maaşı ile karşılaştırıldığında ufak tefek şey. - What you make is small potatoes compared to the boss's salary.

{s} mini
mini mini
az miktar

Krem şantiye az miktarda brendi ekledi. - A small amount of brandy is added to the whipped cream.

Az miktarda para ödenirdi. - He would be paid a small amount of money.

minyon
parmak kadar
böcekçik
small ruminant
(Ticaret) Küçükbaş hayvan
small ads
küçük ilanlar
small boat
(Askeri) sandal
small boat
kayık
small bore
(Askeri) namlucuk
small bore
(Avcılık) küçük çap
small bowel
ince bağırsak
small caps
(Bilgisayar) küçük büyük
small change
ufaklık
small claim
(Askeri) basit tazminat talebi
small claim
(Askeri) adi tazminat talebi
small debt
takıntı
small film
dar film
small film
amatör filmi
small flute
(Muzik) küçük flüt
small fry
çocuklar
small fry
ufaklıklar
small garden
bahçecik
small icons
(Bilgisayar) küçük simgeler
small lake
gölek
small letter
minüskül
small lorry
kamyonet
small pipe
zıvana
small silver coin
akçe
small silver coin
akça
small size
(Tekstil) küçük beden
small talk
çene çalma
small talk
hoşbeş
small talk
laklak
small tree
ağaççık
small truck
pikap
small van
pikap
small voice
(deyim) vicdanın sesi
small adds
küçük ilanlar
small arms
hafif silahlar
small beer
değersiz şey
small beer
hafif bira
small bowel
ince barsak
small cap
küçük büyük harf
small change
bozuk para

Üzerimde bozuk para yok. - I have no small change on me.

Üzgünüm fakat hiç bozuk param yok. - I'm sorry, but I don't have any small change.

small change
küçük değişiklik

Küçük değişiklikler büyük bir fark yaratabilir. - Small changes can make a big difference.

small coal
ince kömür
small enough
yeterince küçük
small fry
önemsiz kimse
small fry
ufak balıklar
small grained
küçük taneli
small holding
küçük çiftlik
small hours
sabahın çok erken sögenleri
small integer
küçük tamsayı
small intestine
incebağırsak
small letter
küçük harf
small letter
küçük mektup
small minded
dar fikirli
small portion
küçük porsiyon
small room
küçük oda
small scale
küçük ölçekli
small scale
küçük çapta
small scale integration
küçük çapta tümleşme
small ship
küçük gemi
small sized
küçük beden
small talk
sohbet

Sohbette iyi değilim. - I'm not good at small talk.

Tom sohbette çok iyi değildir. - Tom isn't very good at small talk.

small talk
muhabbet
small time
önemsiz
small town
küçük kasaba
small wonder
tevekkeli değil
small-minded
bencil
small-minded
aşağılık
small-minded
adi
small-minded
bağnaz
small-minded
dar kafalı
small ad
küçük reklam
small blister
küçük blister
small bluish gray heron of the western hemisphere
Batı yarımkürenin küçük mavimsi gri balıkçıl
small bubble of air, gas bubble
hava, gaz kabarcık küçük kabarcık
small business machine
küçük iş makinesi, mikrobiligisayar
small caps
küçük harf
small clothes
kısa pantolon
small fish, young fish; very small object
küçük balık, küçük balık, çok küçük bir nesne
small fort
küçük kale
small genus of dioecious tropical aquatic plants
dioik tropikal su bitkileri küçük cins
small hive beetle
Küçük kovan kurdu
small holder
küçük çiftçi
small house
küçük ev
small lamp
küçük lamba
small municipality
küçük belediye
small of the butt
popo küçük
small palm tree
küçük hurma ağacı
small piece
küçük parça
small piece of money, small metallic money
para küçük parçası, küçük metal para
small village
küçük köy
small-scale
Küçük çaplı, küçük ölçekli
small-time
küçük-time
small talk
gevezelik
smallest
çok küçük

Moncalvo çok küçük bir İtalyan şehridir. - Moncalvo is the smallest Italian city.

smallish
küçücük
smallish
ufacık
smallness
önemsizlik
smallness
ufaklık
small for
küçük
small pox
(Tıp, İlaç) Bkz: smallpox
small pox
küçük çiçeği
smaller
küçük

Maskeler sarı kum tozunu,polenlerden dahada küçük,ne kadar iyi engelleyebilir?Sanırım o polenden oldukça daha fazla bir baş belasıdır. - Just how well can masks block the, even smaller than pollen, yellow sand dust? I think it much more of a nuisance than pollen.

Daha küçük ölçün var mı? - Have you got smaller size?

smalls
iç çamaşırları
small pox
(Tıp) suçiçeği
small talk
havadan sudan konuşma
small talk
(deyim) onemsiz sohbet,havadan sudan konusma
small talk
boş lâf
smaller
daha küçük

Biraz daha küçük olanı var mı? - Do you have one a little smaller?

Daha küçük ölçün var mı? - Have you got smaller size?

smallest
en küçük

O, şu ana kadar karşılaştığım bir adamın en küçük fikirlerine birçok kelimeyi sıkıştırabilir. - He can compress the most words into the smallest ideas of any man I ever met.

Avustralya dünyadaki en küçük kıtadır. - The smallest continent is Australia.

smallish
{s} ufakça
smallish
küçükçe
smallness
az miktar
smallness
{i} adilik
smallness
{i} küçüklük
smallness
{i} basitlik
smallness
{i} dar görüşlülük
smalls
{i} iç çamaşırı
smalls
i., çoğ., İng., k.dili. iç çamaşırı, çamaşır
smalls
çamaşır
English - English
In a small fashion
Underclothes
Any part of something that is smaller or slimmer than the rest, now usually with anatomical reference to the back
Young, as a child

Remember when the children were small?.

Minuscule or lowercase, referring to written letters
Not large or big; insignificant; few in numbers or size

He made us all feel small.

{a} little, short, slender, weak, mean, petty
{n} the small or narrow part of a thing
Being of slight consequence; feeble in influence or importance; unimportant; trivial; insignificant; as, a small fault; a small business
You use small to describe something that is not significant or great in degree. It's quite easy to make quite small changes to the way that you work No detail was too small to escape her attention = minor major
slight or limited; especially in degree or intensity or scope; "a series of death struggles with small time in between"
To make little or less
a garment size for a small person
– (see table below)
{i} something small; part that is small and narrow (i.e. small of the back)
Cattle have small frames, and are shorter-bodied and not as tall as cattle with medium frames
This element applies a smaller size font formatting to text (in relation to the default font size)
the slender part of the back
up to 10m by 10m (approx 30ft by 30ft)
(adj ) prin, prihn
has less size when compared with others -- "How much less does an 85¢ small milkshake cost than a large milkshake " (182)
lowercase; "little a"; "small a"; "e e cummings's poetry is written all in minuscule letters"
not large but sufficient in size or amount; "a modest salary"; "modest inflation"; "helped in my own small way"
Aircraft of 12,500 pounds (5,670 kg) or less maximum certified takeoff weight
Small businesses or companies employ a small number of people and do business with a small number of clients. shops, restaurants and other small businesses
made to seem smaller or less (especially in worth); "her comments made me feel small"
Same as Little go
If someone makes you look or feel small, they make you look or feel stupid or ashamed. This may just be another of her schemes to make me look small
This is a spell Target Spells with a Small target can only affect an object small enough to be easily manipulated by one person
specifies that the program accepts lower case letters as input Note: This is a synonym with SMLETT=YES This operand is required for BAS transactions
too small to be seen except under a microscope
about 14mm diameter for the cap and mess dress waistcoats
a garment size for a small person the slender part of the back limited or below average in number or quantity or magnitude or extent; "a little dining room"; "a little house"; "a small car"; "a little (or small) group"; "a small voice"
limited in size or scope; "a small business"; "a newspaper with a modest circulation"; "small-scale plans"; "a pocket-size country"
limited or below average in number or quantity or magnitude or extent; "a little dining room"; "a little house"; "a small car"; "a little (or small) group"; "a small voice"
on a small scale; "think small
Small by degrees and beautifully less Prior, in his Henry and Emma, wrote “Fine by degrees,” etc
See under Little, a
In or to small extent, quantity, or degree; little; slightly
not fully grown; "what a big little boy you are"; "small children"
Having little size, compared with other things of the same kind; little in quantity or degree; diminutive; not large or extended in dimension; not great; not much; inconsiderable; as, a small man; a small river
Not prolonged in duration; not extended in time; short; as, after a small space
Small contract lot Not a big order
A small person, thing, or amount of something is not large in physical size. She is small for her age The window was far too small for him to get through Stick them on using a small amount of glue. large + smallness small·ness Amy had not mentioned the smallness and bareness of Luis's home. largeness
{s} little, few in number, not large; trivial, unimportant; modest, unpretentious; minor; young; narrow-minded; humiliated; weak, lacking force
Envincing little worth or ability; not large-minded; sometimes, in reproach, paltry; mean
on a small scale; "think small"
Smallclothes
have fine or very small constituent particles; "a small misty rain"
low or inferior in station or quality; "a humble cottage"; "a lowly parish priest"; "a modest man of the people"; "small beginnings"
(of a voice) faint; "a little voice"; "a still small voice"
Not loudly; faintly; timidly
A small group or quantity consists of only a few people or things. A small group of students meets regularly to learn Japanese Guns continued to be produced in small numbers. large
Weak; slender; fine; gentle; soft; not loud
softly, in a low voice; without strength or force, weakly; into little pieces
The small of your back is the bottom part of your back that curves in slightly. Place your hands on the small of your back and breathe in
The small or slender part of a thing; as, the small of the leg or of the back
A small child is a very young child. I have a wife and two small children What were you like when you were small? = young, little
the small hours: see hour small wonder: see wonder see also smalls
His name is short for Very Small Beetle One of Rabbit's many friends and relations
ko
little

I have a little money with me. - I have small change with me.

He's just a petty hooligan, but if he had just a little more initiative, he could be a major criminal leader. - He's just a small-time thug, but if he had just a little more moxie, he could be a big-time boss.

Small Computer Systems Interface
A standard interface and command set for transferring data between devices on a bus
Small Magellanic Cloud
An irregular galaxy, a satellite of Milky Way
small "d" democrat
Alternative spelling of small-d democrat
small "d" democrats
plural form of small "d" democrat (alternative spelling of small-d democrats)
small "l" liberal
Alternative spelling of small-l liberal
small "r" republican
Alternative spelling of small-r republican
small "r" republicans
plural form of small "r" republican (alternative spelling of small-r republicans)
small arms
firearms designed to be carried and fired by a single person; often held in the hand

Example: The helicopter was attacked by small arms fire.

small ball
A baseball strategy that relies on baserunning, singles and hitting for average rather than hitting home runs
small beer
Beer with a low alcoholic content
small beer
Something that is of relatively little importance

The income from gold plated widgets is small beer compared to the income from the standard ones.

small blind
The player forced to pay such a bet
small blind
The smaller of the forced bets, usually equivalent to half the minimum bet, depending on the variation of poker played
small business
A privately-owned and operated business with relatively small turnover and staff numbers, typically seen as constituting part of a specific commercial or economic sector
small businesses
plural form of small business
small caps
Capital letters A, B, C, ... shown in the same form but in small size (typically of the same size as lower-case letters)
small change
Coins of little value kept in one's pocket or bag
small change
A minor or insignificant amount of money

The cost of toothpaste is small change compared to the cost of dental work.

small circle
a circle formed by a plane that cuts a sphere not through its centre
small d democrat
Alternative spelling of small-d democrat
small d democrats
plural form of small d democrat (alternative spelling of small-d democrats)
small forward
A forward who plays behind the power forwards
small forwards
plural form of small forward
small fry
One or more persons or things of relatively little consequence, importance, or value

These slot machines are just the small fry. The big games are in the back room.

small fry
One or more children
small fry
One or more small or immature fish
small gross
One hundred and twenty (120), 12 x 10
small hours
The very early morning, just after midnight, when most people are asleep
small icosihemidodecahedron
a polyhedron having 26 faces, 30 vertices and 60 edges
small intestine
The upper part of the intestine, between the stomach and the large intestine, divided into the duodenum, the jejunum and the ileum
small intestines
plural form of small intestine
small l liberal
Alternative spelling of small-l liberal
small man syndrome
Humorous or supposed condition affecting short men which makes them excessively competitive as a way of compensating for their lack of stature
small molecule drug
A medicinal drug compound having a molecular weight of less than 1000 daltons, and typically between 300 and 700 daltons
small molecule drugs
plural form of small molecule drug
small of the back
The relatively narrow, lumbar region of the back
small potatoes
One or more persons or things of relatively little consequence, importance, or value

He no longer works for individuals, since they are small potatoes compared to his corporate clients.

small r republican
Alternative spelling of small-r republican
small r republicans
plural form of small r republican (alternative spelling of small-r republicans)
small saphenous vein
a relatively large vein of the superficial posterior leg
small saphenous veins
plural form of small saphenous vein
small screen
The broadcast or cable television screen, as opposed to the cinema screen (or big screen); by extension, the television programs themselves
small stuff
A nautical and knot-tying term for thin string, as opposed to the thick, heavy ropes that are more often used in sailing. It is commonly used in a whipping knot to bind the ends of ropes to prevent fraying
small talk
Idle conversation, typically on innocuous or unimportant subjects, usually engaged in at social gatherings out of politeness

Yet for so public a figure, Jackson was socially awkward, inept at small talk and terrified when the distant audience became an adoring mob.

small time
A modest level of achievement, often local

The TV talent show rocketed her from the small time to stardom.

small ubiquitin-related modifier
A SUMO protein
small ubiquitin-related modifiers
plural form of small ubiquitin-related modifier
small white
A white butterfly which pests on cultivated cabbages
small wonder
An event or fact whose cause or rationale is not difficult to discern; an unsurprising occurrence

Small wonder the average cost of new pools has leaped past $30,000.

small-billed tinamou
A tinamou, Crypturellus parvirostris
small-billed tinamous
plural form of small-billed tinamou
small-bore
Having a small caliber
small-bore
insignificant or trivial
small-c conservative
A conservative, that is, a person who holds conservative views, who is not a member of their country's "Conservative Party"
small-c conservatives
plural form of small-c conservative
small-d democrat
A democrat, that is, a person who holds democratic views; not necessarily someone who is a member of the country's "Democratic Party"
small-d democrats
plural form of small-d democrat
small-fry
Attributive form of small fry

His small-fry status annoyed him to no end: he wanted to be a bigwig.

small-l liberal
A liberal, that is, a person who holds liberal views, who is not a member of their country's "Liberal Party"
small-l liberals
plural form of small-l liberal
small-minded
Not interested (or capable) of thinking about the big picture
small-minded
Selfish, petty, constrained in thought, limited in scope of consideration
small-r republican
A republican, that is, a person who favors a republic, who is not a member of their country's "Republican Party"
small-r republicans
plural form of small-r republican
small-scale
Having a modest scope or extent
small-scale
Drawn or constructed too small for much detail
small-talk
Alternative spelling of small talk
small-time
On a small scale

a small-time thief.

small-timer
A person who is limited to small, limited, petty or unimportant scale of things

If he's smooth, he don't have to worry too much about the cops, because he's such a small-timer, and when they come around, he cooperates. The cops always want the big guys….

small-townish
Suited to, or typical of, a small town or its inhabitants
Small Solar System Body
(Astronomi) Small Solar System Body (SSSB) is a term defined in 2006 by the International Astronomical Union to describe objects in the Solar System that are neither planets nor dwarf planets
small hours
The early hours of the morning after midnight
smallness
The result or product of being small
smallness
The state or quality of being small

His smallness didn't bother him, except when he needed something off the top shelf.

a small
{n} pocket
smallest
{a} least
smallness
{n} littleness, weakness, insignificance
small pox
Highly infectious viral disease producing pustules
small pox
Contagious disease with fever and blisters
small talk
Small talk is polite conversation about unimportant things that people make at social occasions. Smiling for the cameras, the two men strained to make small talk. Casual or trivial conversation. polite friendly conversation about unimportant subjects
small talk
light informal conversation for social occasions
small talk
common talk, chit chat
smaller
small or little relative to something else
smaller
comparative of small
smallest
minimal in magnitude; "lowest wages"; "the least amount of fat allowed"; "the smallest amount"
smallest
{s} being distinguished by diminutive size; very small in magnitude
smallest
superlative of small
smallest
having or being distinguished by diminutive size; "the least bittern"
smallish
{s} somewhat small
smallish
rather small
smallish
Something that is smallish is fairly small. Some smallish firms may close largish. fairly small
smallness
parvity
smallness
the property of having a relatively small size
smallness
The quality or state of being small
smallness
{i} state or quality of being small; pettiness
smallness
The property of being small
smalls
Underwear
smalls
a gift of money or a gratuity
smalls
In for his smalls; Passed his smalls - his “Little-go,” or previous examination; the examination for degree being the “Great-go,” or “Greats ”
smalls
Your smalls are your underwear. American Union soldier and politician. After being forced to serve in the Confederate Navy, he took command of a ship and delivered it to Union forces. Smalls subsequently became a captain (1863-1866) and the highest-ranking African-American officer in the Union Navy. He later served as a U.S. representative from South Carolina (1875-1879 and 1881-1887)
smalls
2, 3
smalls
See Small, n
smalls
{i} small items; small linen articles (i.e. pillowcases, napkins, etc.); underwear, underclothes (British)
smalls
Children (Also referred to as "halflings")
Turkish - English

Definition of small in Turkish English dictionary

small metal plate
(İnşaat) spinneret
small
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