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minor

US [ˈmaɪnər]
UK [ˈmaɪnə(r)]
  • adj.小…;【乐】小调的;较次的;未成年的
  • n.【乐】小调;【法】未成年者;【天主】方济各派修道士;(美大学)副科
  • v.(美大学)兼修
  • Web副修;较小的;次要的
Plural Form:minors  Present Participle:minoring  Past Tense:minored  
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adj.
1.
[ubn]
较小的;次要的;轻微的not very large, important or serious
a minor road
小路
minor injuries
轻伤
to undergo minor surgery
做小手术
youths imprisoned for minor offences
因犯轻罪而被关押的年轻人
There may be some minor changes to the schedule.
时间安排上也许会有些微的变动。
Women played a relatively minor role in the organization.
在这个组织中,妇女发挥着相对次要的作用。
2.
小调的;小音阶的based on a scale in which the third note is a semitone/half tone higher than the second note
the key of C minor
C 小调
n.
1.
未成年人a person who is under the age at which you legally become an adult and are responsible for your actions
It is an offence to serve alcohol to minors.
向未成年人提供含酒精的饮料是违法的。
2.
辅修科目;辅修课程a subject that you study at university in addition to your major
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