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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (insignificant)
a. negligible
La cantidad ínfima de fondos que el presente gobierno está destinando no basta para que continuemos nuestra investigación.The negligible amount of funds the administration is setting aside isn't enough for us to continue our research.
2. (very low)
a. very poor (quality)
La nueva marca de celulares es de calidad ínfima.The new brand of cell phones is of very poor quality.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (calidad, categoría)
a. extremely low
2. (precio)
a. giveaway
3. (importancia)
a. knock-down, minimal
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[+calidad, grado] very poor; [+cantidad, participación, porcentaje, nivel] very small; tiny
de ínfima calidad very poor quality; la ayuda que le dieron fue ínfima the help they afforded him was next to nothing; viven en ínfimas condiciones they live in dreadful o appalling conditions; precios ínfimos knockdown prices
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