An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (small)
a. tiny
Solo un grupo minúsculo de los manifestantes cometió actos de vandalismo.Only a tiny group of the protesters committed acts of vandalism.
b. minute
Una minúscula cantidad de azafrán cuesta una fortuna.A minute amount of saffron costs a fortune.
c. minuscule
¡Ese "error minúsculo" nos costó un millón de pesos!That "minuscule error" cost us a million pesos!
d. miniscule
No puedo creer que aquel millonario solo donara una cantidad de dinero tan minúscula a las organizaciones benéficas.I can't believe that millionaire only donated such a miniscule amount of money to charity.
2. (typography)
a. lower-case
El título está en mayúscula y el subtítulo en letra minúscula.The title is in capital letters and the subtitle in lower-case letters.
b. lower case
En español, los títulos de las obras van en letra minúscula excepto por la primera letra.In Spanish, titles of works are written in lower case letters except for the first letter.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (tamaño)
a. tiny, minute
2. (letra)
a. small
3. (printing)
a. lower-case
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1 (muy pequeño) tiny; minuscule
2 (Tipografía)
letra minúscula lower-case letter; en letra minúscula in lower-case letters
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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