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ti·ny

 (tī′nē)
adj. ti·ni·er, ti·ni·est
Extremely small: The glass shattered into tiny shards that were hard to clean up. See Synonyms at small.

[Alteration of Middle English tine.]

ti′ni·ness n.

tiny

(ˈtaɪnɪ)
adj, tinier or tiniest
very small; minute
[C16 tine, of uncertain origin]
ˈtinily adv
ˈtininess n

ti•ny

(ˈtaɪ ni)

adj. -ni•er, -ni•est.
very small; minute.
[1590–1600; late Middle English tine (of obscure orig.) + -y1]
ti′ni•ly, adv.
ti′ni•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.tiny - very smalltiny - very small; "diminutive in stature"; "a lilliputian chest of drawers"; "her petite figure"; "tiny feet"; "the flyspeck nation of Bahrain moved toward democracy"
little, small - limited or below average in number or quantity or magnitude or extent; "a little dining room"; "a little house"; "a small car"; "a little (or small) group"

tiny

tiny

adjective
Translations
صَغير جِداضَغِيرٌ جِدّاً
drobný
lillebitte
pikkuinenpikkuruinen
sićušan
apró
ofurlítill
小さな
아주 작은
mazītiņšsīks
drobcen
mycket liten
เล็กมาก
nhỏ xíu

tiny

[ˈtaɪnɪ] ADJ (tinier (compar) (tiniest (superl))) → diminuto, minúsculo

tiny

[ˈtaɪni] adjminuscule
a tiny bit → un petit peu

tiny

adj (+er)winzig, sehr klein; baby, childsehr or ganz klein; tiny littlewinzig klein; a tiny mind (pej)ein winziger Verstand, ein Zwergenverstand m

tiny

[ˈtaɪnɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) → minuscolo/a

tiny

(ˈtaini) adjective
very small. a tiny insect.

tiny

ضَغِيرٌ جِدّاً drobný lillebitte winzig μικρούτσικος diminuto pikkuruinen minuscule sićušan minuscolo 小さな 아주 작은 uiterst klein knøttlite drobny pequeno крошечный mycket liten เล็กมาก ufak nhỏ xíu 微小的

tiny

a. diminuto-a;
muy pequeño, microscópico-a.
References in classic literature ?
There was no trace of shell, and there was stretched over fully half the sky an even cover of tiny and ever tinier cloudlets.
And, again, I thought I saw first a tiny flame, and then a tinier glow; and as my head drooped, and my eyes closed again, I say I thought I smelt tobacco; but this, of course, was my imagination supplying all the links from one.
A lesser ladder still ascended to a tinier trap-door in the apex of the tower; the fixed seats looked to me to be wearing their old, old coat of grained varnish; nay the varnish had its ancient smell, and the very vanes outside creaked their message to my ears.
It's a couple of inches longer and just under six inches taller than the Polo supermini it's based upon but that still leaves it a touch tinier than most rivals in the segment for small SUVs.
Even though Darwin said geology was "enormously indebted to Lyell -- more so, as I believe, than to any other man who ever lived" and that "my books came half from Lyell's brains", the Angus-born scientist has a much tinier fraction of renown.
The speaker grill on the upper part of the front screen is gone and will have tinier bezels.
And, keeping with the design of the real-life cathedral, inside the replica will be another even tinier version of the cathedral meant to mimic the Lego version.
Unlike their tinier relatives, the honeybees, giant bees do not dwell in sophisticated hives; rather, these bees live solitarily in overtaken termite nests complete with intricate tunnels.
Jean-Brieuc Le Tinier, Chief Financial Officer of Fnac Darty, said: "The implementation of this financing with the EIB strengthens the Group's financial structure, while allowing it to benefit from very advantageous credit conditions".
oom he Experts say the number is likely to be similar around the UK, although many will not be caught as tech is getting marter and tinier. But students are still using old-school methods to cheat.
The display now sports rounded corners and a much tinier triangular notch on the top.