muy poquito
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. just a little bit
¿Añado azúcar? - Sí, pero muy poquito.Shall I add some sugar? - Yes, but just a little bit.
b. not very much at all
Sobró muy poquito vino de la cena de ayer, solo el culo de la botella.There isn't very much wine left at all from yesterday's dinner, just the bottom of the bottle.
c. not very long at all (indicating time)
Queda muy poquito para que empiece el curso escolar. - Sí, se acaban las vacaciones.It's not very long at all for the school year to start. - Yes, the vacation is almost over.
2. (used to modify the whole sentence)
a. just a little bit
Todavía me duele la pierna de la caída, pero ya muy poquito.My leg still hurts from the fall, but just a little bit now.
b. not very much at all
Su casa me impresionó muy poquito. Es muy grande, pero nada más.Their house didn't impress me very much at all. It's very big, but that's all.
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