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adv. softly, in a low voice; without strength or force, weakly; into little pieces
adj. little, few in number, not large; trivial, unimportant; modest, unpretentious; minor; young; narrow-minded; humiliated; weak, lacking force
n. something small; part that is small and narrow (i.e. small of the back)
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Small may refer to:
- Albion Woodbury Small (1854–1926), founded the first Department of Sociology in the United States at the University of Chicago
- Ambrose Small (1863 - vanished 1919), Canadian theatre magnate
- Archie Small (born 1889), English footballer with Southampton
- Bertrice Small (born 1937), American writer of historical and erotic romance novels
- Brendon Small (born 1975),American actor, composer, and musician
- Bruce Small (1895–1980), Australian businessman and politician
- Charles A. Small, Director of The Yale Initiative for the Interdisciplinary Study of Antisemitism
- Charlotte Small, Métis wife of explorer David Thompson
- Chris Small (born 1973), Scottish professional snooker player
- Edward Small (1891–1977), film producer
- Elisha Small (died 1842), American sailor
- Eric Small, television and film producer, writer, and director
- Frank Small, Jr. (1896–1973), represented the fifth district of the state of Maryland in the United States House of Representatives
- Fred Small (born 1952), American singer-songwriter
- Gladstone Small (born 1961), former England cricketer
- Heather Small (born 1965), British soul singer
- Henry Small (1881–1946), English footballer with Southampton and Manchester United
- Jack Small (1765–1836), English cricketer
- Jack Small (footballer) (1889–1946), English footballer with Sunderland and Southampton
- James Edward Small (1798–1869), lawyer, judge and political figure in Canada
- James Small (inventor) (1730–1793)
- James Small (rugby player) (born 1969), South African rugby union footballer
- John Kunkel Small (1869–1938), American botanist
- John Small (cricketer) (1737–1826), English cricketer
- John Small (politician) (1746–1841), political figure in Upper Canada
- Joseph Small (1892–1958), West Indian cricketer
- Len Small (1862–1936), Republican governor of Illinois
- Michael Small (1939–2003), American film score composer
- Millie (singer) (born 1946), singer born Millicent Dolly May Small
- Milton Small, (born 1964), former West Indian cricketer
- Pauline Small (1924–2005)
- Phil Small, Australian bassist
- Richard H. Small, American scientist, responsible for creating the algorithms for calculating loudspeaker cabinets together with Albert Neville Thiele (Thiele/Small parameter)
- Sami Jo Small (born 1976), women's ice hockey player
- Sharon Small (born 1967),Scottish actress
- Sherrod Small, comedian
- Viro Small (born 1854), catch wrestler and boxer of African descent
- Wade Small (born 1984), footballer
- Willard Stanton Small (1870–1943), experimental psychologist
- William Small (1734–1775)
- William Small (Scottish politician) (1909–1978)
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1. the slender part of the back
(hypernym) body part
(part-holonym) back, dorsum
2. a garment size for a small person
1. 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"
(antonym) large, big
(similar) bantam, diminutive, lilliputian, midget, petite, tiny, flyspeck
2. limited in size or scope; "a small business"; "a newspaper with a modest circulation"; "small-scale plans"; "a pocket-size country"
(synonym) minor, modest, small-scale, pocket-size, pocket-sized
3. low or inferior in station or quality; "a humble cottage"; "a lowly parish priest"; "a modest man of the people"; "small beginnings"
(synonym) humble, low, lowly, modest
4. not fully grown; "what a big little boy you are"; "small children"
(similar) young, immature
5. too small to be seen except under a microscope
(synonym) microscopic, microscopical
(similar) atomic, atomlike, minute
6. not large but sufficient in size or amount; "a modest salary"; "modest inflation"; "helped in my own small way"
7. (of a voice) faint; "a little voice"; "a still small voice"
8. slight or limited; especially in degree or intensity or scope; "a series of death struggles with small time in between"
(classification) archaism, archaicism
9. made to seem smaller or less (especially in worth); "her comments made me feel small"
(synonym) belittled, diminished
(similar) decreased, reduced
10. lowercase; "little a"; "small a"; "e.e.cummings's poetry is written all in minuscule letters"
(synonym) little, minuscule
11. have fine or very small constituent particles; "a small misty rain"
1. on a small scale; "think small"
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n. malý; nepočetný; zanedbatelný; v příliš malé velikosti/formátu/měřítku
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