titchy

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titchy

(ˈtɪtʃɪ) or

tichy

adj, titchier, titchiest, tichier or tichiest
informal Brit very small; tiny
[C20: from tich or titch a small person, from Little Tich, the stage name of Harry Relph (1867–1928), English actor noted for his small stature]
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Translations
bas-de-plafond

titchy

[ˈtɪtʃɪ] ADJpequeñito, chiquitito
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titchy

[ˈtɪtʃɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) (Brit) (fam) → minuscolo/a
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Any titchier and I'd have asked for my knife and fork to be replaced with a microscope and tweezers.
This mini contraption may have revolutionised the way music is stored and listened to,but it's also inspiring a generation of similar machines,like even titchier Nitrus (pounds 168) and lightweight (anounce)Philips Key005 (pounds 99).