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  *小* | 小* | *小
small / tiny / few / young
dimension / magnitude / size / measurement / large and small / at any rate / adults and children / consideration of seniority
very small / very few / very minor
file size
to reduce / to decrease / to shrink
to reduce / to decrease / to diminish
from childhood / from a young age
cowardice / timid
minimal / extremely small
tiny / fine / minute
minute (i.e. extremely small) / infinitesimal
young / immature
since childhood
to become a concubine
minute / tiny / negligible / insignificant
(dialect) close childhood friend whom one grew up with / a couple who grew up as childhood friends
petite / delicate / dainty
subsidiary primary school (originally attached to an institute, university etc) / abbreviation of 附屬小學|附属小学
infinitesimal (in calculus) / infinitely small
(Tw) (vulgar) what the hell? (from Taiwanese 啥潲, Tai-lo pr. [siánn-siâ], equivalent to Mandarin 什麼|什么)
slightly-built / petite
small and weak / puny / the small and weak / children / women and children
(last line of the poem 望岳 by Tang poet Du Fu 杜甫) with one look I shall see all the smaller mountains down below (from the summit of Mt Tai 泰山) / (fig.) awe-inspiring view from a very high place
short and small / low and small / undersized
elementary school (Tw) / abbr. for 國民小學|国民小学
the old and the young / the youngest member of the family
lower elementary school / abbr. for 初级小学
lit. above are the elderly, below are the young (idiom) / fig. to have to take care of both one's aging parents and one's children / sandwich generation
(coll.) to take a concubine
infinitesimal / infinitely small
loud thunder, but only tiny drops of rain (idiom); a lot of talk, but no action / action speaks louder than words / his bite is worse than his bark
sometimes big, sometimes small / varying
variant of 渺小
extremely small / infinitesimal
fine / delicate
impolite / cheeky / impudent
(coll.) as one ages, one becomes more and more like a child
variant of 渺小
no matter how big or small / not distinguishing junior and senior
lit. much thunder but little rain; fig. a lot of talk but little action / his bark is worse than his bite
large and small / of all sizes

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