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min·i

 (mĭn′ē)
n. pl. min·is
1. Something that is distinctively smaller than other members of its type or class.
2. A miniskirt.

[From mini-. Sense 2, short for miniskirt.]

min′i adj.

mini

(ˈmɪnɪ)
adj
1. (Clothing & Fashion) (of a woman's dress, skirt, etc) very short; thigh-length
2. (prenominal) small; miniature
n, pl minis
something very small of its kind, esp a small car or a miniskirt

min•i

(ˈmɪn i)

n., pl. min•is.
1.
b. a garment with a miniskirt, esp. a dress.
3. anything small of its kind.
[1965–70; independent use of mini-, or by shortening of words with mini- as initial element]

mini-

a combining form with the meanings “of a small or reduced size” (minicar; minigun); “limited in scope, intensity, or duration” (miniboom; minicourse); (of clothing) “short, not reaching the knee” (minidress; miniskirt).
[by shortening of miniature, minimal, or minimum]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.mini - a very short skirtmini - a very short skirt      
skirt - a garment hanging from the waist; worn mainly by girls and women
Adj.1.mini - used of women's clothingmini - used of women's clothing; very short with hemline above the knee; "a mini dress"; "miniskirts"
combining form - a bound form used only in compounds; "`hemato-' is a combining form in words like `hematology'"
maxi - used of women's clothing having a hemline at the ankle; "wanted a maxi-length coat"; "a maxidress"
midi - used of women's clothing having a hemline at mid-calf; "midiskirts"; "wore her dresses midi length"
Translations
سَيّارَه صَغيرَهصَغير، مُخْتَصَر
minimini-
minimini-
minimini-
Minipínupilssmá-, lítill
mažalitražis automobilisminitrumpas sijonas
ļoti mazsminiminiatūrsminiautomobilis, ļoti maza mašīna
minimini-

Mini

[ˈmɪnɪ] N (Aut) → Mini m

mini

[ˈmɪnɪ] N (= miniskirt) → minifalda f

mini

[ˈmɪni] n (also mini-skirt) → minijupe f

mini

:
minibar
nMinibar f
minibreak
nKurzurlaub m
minibudget
n Etat, der nur Teilbereiche bzw. nur einen Teil des Rechnungsjahres abdeckt, → Zwischenetat m
minibus
nKleinbus m
minicab
nMinicar m, → Kleintaxi nt
minicassette
nMinikassette f
minicomputer
nMinicomputer m, → Kleinrechner m
Minidisc®
n (Mus) → Minidisc f; mini playerMinidisc-Spieler m
minidress
nMinikleid nt

mini

:
minipill
nMinipille f
miniquake
n (esp US) → kleines Erdbeben, Erdstoß m
miniski
nKurzski m
miniskirt
nMinirock m
ministate
nZwergstaat m

mini

[ˈmɪnɪ] n (also miniskirt) → mini f inv

mini

(ˈmini) noun
1. short for miniskirt.
2. (with capital. ˌ) a type of small car.
adjective
(or part of a word) small. a mini dictionary; a minibus.
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15am with a Mini-Minor (9-11-year-olds) contest with the main senior 10k event closing the programme at 11:01am.
1959 - British Motor Corporation introduces the Morris Mini-Minor.
And the Morris Mini-Minor, designed by Alec Issigonis, was unveiled on August 26, 1958.
58 YEARS AGO (1959) Morris Mini-Minor unveiled by the British Motor Company.
Original models included the Morris MINI-Minor and Austin Seven, and it even picked up the Cooper tag on the way, owing to its partnership with the forefather of the modern day rear-engine chassis sports car, Sir John Newton Cooper.
These will include the Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz (1959, USA), which boasted prominent tailfins and had a major impact on cars all over the world; the Morris Mini-Minor (1959, UK), which changed preconceived notions about a car for the masses; the Datsun Fairlady Model SP310 (1963, Japan), which won the first Japan Grand Prix of 1963; as well as the replica of the Toyota 2000GT "Speed Trial" (1966, Japan), which had set three world speed records as well as 13 international records.
I travelled 290 kilometres, in part on a gravel road, with no GPS, mobile phone or cruise-control on my mini-minor.
I bought a Morris Mini-Minor in 1964 and it cost me PS497.
Sales of the Morris Mini-Minor and the Austin Seven began almost 54 years ago, in September 1959.
Visitors who remember the '60s and early '70s will feel a frisson of nostalgia as they look across from Alec Issisonis' shining white Morris Mini-Minor to mini-dresses and other contemporary creations by Rhodes, Mary Quant, Foal & Tuffin and Biba.
The July issue of History Today tells us that the Mini-Minor is an 'icon of the 1960s (p.