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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (used to modify or to replace a noun)
a. very little
Queda muy poco sitio libre en el salón de actos.There's very little room left in the conference hall.
b. not very much
¿Compro cerveza también? Hay muy poca en la nevera.Shall I buy some beer too? There's not very much in the refrigerator.
c. not very long (indicating time)
Tengo mucho que hacer, así que me quedaré muy poco.I have a lot to do, so I cannot stay very long.
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