titchy

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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Each one of the titchy hats will go on an Innocent Smoothie bottle, which will raise vital funds to help tackle loneliness and isolation this winter.
It may look chunky, but the Jimny is decidedly titchy. At just 3.48 metres bumper to bumper, it's more than half a metre shorter than a Ford Fiesta.
Since his death Michael, known to friends as Titchy, has received thousands of tributes on social media and his friends and family are now hoping to raise awareness for mental health organisations in his name.
The range is a bit hit and miss (the Jo Malone-sounding Fig & Blackcurrant needs less sweetness, more tang for our taste), but we thought this Iris one was impressive for the titchy price.
The range is a bit hit and miss (the Jo Malone-sounding Fig & Blackcurrant needs less sweetness for our taste), but this Iris one is impressive for the titchy price.
From a shrunken Stonehenge to a pocket-sized Rovers Return, the games have been designed and built with amazing, painstaking detail, but because they're so titchy the contestants have no room for error.
It will be a very different line-up at Southampton (1.30pm), though Sean Dyche should be sticking to the method, and throwing giant Chris Wood at Saints' slightly titchy defence.
On a good run we only have to clear up things from the north zone of her titchy body.
Artistic Becca, meanwhile, lurches from one dead-end job to another, shares a titchy flat, and has given up on love.
But having worked for a couple of titchy tyrants I've never had any doubt.
Mercedes' baby sets a benchmark for titchy motors, feeling far greater than the sum of its parts when it comes to the driving experience.