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slightest is slight's Superlative

slight

US [slaɪt]
UK [slaɪt]
  • v.轻视;玩忽;怠慢;轻视;侮慢;冷落;藐视;玩忽;怠慢
  • n.轻视;侮慢;冷落;怠慢;忽视;怠慢;忽视
  • adj.轻微的;略微的;细小的;纤细的;细长的;苗条的;细微的;微小的;纤细的;苗条的;细微的;微小的
  • Web最轻微的;半点;最少的
Comparative Degree:slighter  Superlative:slightest  Plural Form:slights  Present Participle:slighting  Past Tense:slighted  
slightest
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adj.
1.
轻微的;略微的very small in degree
a slight increase/change/delay/difference
略微的增长╱变化╱拖延╱差异
I woke up with a slight headache.
我醒来时有点头痛。
The damage was slight.
损失很小。
She takes offence at the slightest thing(= is very easily offended) .
她动辄生气。
There was not the slightest hint of trouble.
当时看不出丝毫会出现麻烦的迹象。
2.
细小的;纤细的;瘦小的small and thin in size
a slight woman
瘦小的女子
3.
无须重视的;不足道的not deserving serious attention
This is a very slight novel.
这是一部颇不足道的小说。
IDM
He didn't seem to mind in the slightest.
他好像一点都不在乎。
not in the slightest
一点也不;毫不;根本没有not at all
He didn't seem to mind in the slightest.
他好像一点都不在乎。
n.
1.
~ (on sb/sth)
侮慢;冷落;轻视an act or a remark that criticizes sth or offends sb
Nick took her comment as a slight on his abilities as a manager.
尼克觉得,她的话是藐视他当经理的能力。
v.
1.
[usupass]
~ sb
侮慢;冷落;轻视to treat sb rudely or without respect
She felt slighted because she hadn't been invited.
她没有受到邀请,觉得受了冷落。

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