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Use the little pan for making the sauce.
There’s a little group of us who meet once a week.
Little bits of hay still clung to her skirt.
There’s a little tiny crack in it.
a tiny little garden
a little old lady
a pretty little cottage in the country
Poor little thing, you must be starving!
You little brat!
one of those narrow-minded little racists
She wrote me a nasty little letter.
a little boy/girl/child
When I was little, we didn’t have computers at school.
I’ll be with you in a little while.
He gets upset at the least little thing.
There are just some little details to sort out.
a little smile/laugh
Jules said goodnight with a formal little bow.
A little bird told me you’d got a new job.
It’s just a little something to show how much we appreciate your help.
Quite the little hero, aren’t you?
This is the British English definition of little. View American English definition of little.