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surname Wei / ancient Chinese state near present day Chongqing / Taiwan pr. [Wei2]
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tiny / miniature / slightly / profound / abtruse / to decline / one millionth part of / micro- / Taiwan pr. [wei2]
slight / faint / humble
a little bit
micro- / microscopic / to make the minute visible
slight / light / trivial / to a small extent
tiny / minute / fine / subtle / sensitive (instruments)
petty and low
a little bit / slightly
down to the smallest detail / thoroughgoing / fine and detailed
(literary) to decline / to wane / title of a section in the Book of Songs 詩經|诗经
a tiny bit / very little / next to nothing (idiom)
subtle / profound
meager (wages) / humble (social status) / feeble (voice)
differentiable (math.)
very small / very little / scant / minimal
to decline / to wane / weakened / enfeebled / in decline
to show every possible consideration (idiom); meticulous care
minuscule quantity / minor matter
slight / slim
(prefix) nano-
to accumulate tiny quantities (idiom)
faint / subtle (of sound, scent etc) / profound / mysterious / dim
of humble origin
miniature / scaled-down / forming a microcosm
Hu Ziwei (1970-), PRC lady TV presenter
to know very little about
Lu Tanwei (active c. 450-490), one of the Four Great Painters of the Six Dynasties 六朝四大家
to probe deeply and uncover minute details
tiny / infinitesimal
to emphasize down to last detail (idiom); to show every possible consideration / meticulous care
to be of humble origin (idiom)
remote and insignificant (idiom)

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