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mod·i·cum

 (mŏd′ĭ-kəm)
n.
A small amount of something: "England still expects a modicum of eccentricity in its artists" (Ian Jack).

[Middle English, from Latin, from neuter of modicus, moderate, from modus, measure; see med- in Indo-European roots.]

modicum

(ˈmɒdɪkəm)
n
a small amount or portion
[C15: from Latin: a little way, from modicus moderate]

mod•i•cum

(ˈmɒd ɪ kəm)

n.
a moderate or small amount.
[1425–75; late Middle English < Latin, n. use of neuter of modicus moderate]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.modicum - a small or moderate or token amountmodicum - a small or moderate or token amount; "England still expects a modicum of eccentricity in its artists"- Ian Jack
small indefinite amount, small indefinite quantity - an indefinite quantity that is below average size or magnitude

modicum

noun little, bit, drop, touch, inch, scrap, dash, grain, particle, fragment, atom, pinch, ounce, shred, small amount, crumb, tinge, mite, tad (informal, chiefly U.S.), speck, iota I like to think I've had a modicum of success.

modicum

noun
Translations
قَليل
trocha
smule
kis mennyiség
ögn; lítilræîi; lágmark
mazumiņš
azıcıkküçük miktar

modicum

[ˈmɒdɪkəm] N a modicum ofun mínimo de

modicum

[ˈmɒdɪkəm] n
a modicum of → un minimum de

modicum

n a modicum (of)ein wenig, ein bisschen; with a modicum of luckmit ein wenig or mit einem Quäntchen Glück; a modicum of hope/intelligenceein Funke m(von) Hoffnung/Intelligenz; a modicum of truthein Körnchen ntWahrheit

modicum

[ˈmɒdɪkəm] n a modicum ofun minimo di

modicum

(ˈmodikəm) noun
a small quantity.
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