a little money

• trocha penazí

English-Slovak dictionary. 2013.

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  • little - a little — ◊ little used as an adjective Little is usually used as an adjective. You use it to talk about the size of something. ...a little table with a glass top. See entry at ↑ small little. ◊ a little used as an adverb A little is usually used as an… …   Useful english dictionary

  • money — moneyless, adj. /mun ee/, n., pl. moneys, monies, adj. n. 1. any circulating medium of exchange, including coins, paper money, and demand deposits. 2. See paper money. 3. gold, silver, or other metal in pieces of convenient form stamped by public …   Universalium

  • Money — For other uses, see Money (disambiguation). Coins and banknotes – the two most common physical forms of money …   Wikipedia

  • little — lit|tle1 W1S1 [ˈlıtl] adj ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(size)¦ 2¦(something you like or dislike)¦ 3 a little bit 4¦(time/distance)¦ 5¦(young)¦ 6¦(slight)¦ 7¦(unimportant)¦ 8 (just) that little bit better/easier etc 9 the little woman ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ [ …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • little — lit|tle1 [ lıtl ] (comparative less [ les ] ; superlative least [ list ] ) function word, quantifier *** Little can be used in the following ways: as a determiner (followed by a noun): There s little time left. Little progress has been made. as a …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • little */*/*/ — I UK [ˈlɪt(ə)l] / US adverb, determiner, pronoun Word forms little : comparative less UK [les] / US superlative least UK [liːst] / US [lɪst] Summary: Little can be used in the following ways: as a determiner (followed by a noun): There s little… …   English dictionary

  • little*/*/*/ — [ˈlɪt(ə)l] (comparative less [les] ; superlative least [liːst] ) grammar word I summary: Little can be: ■ a determiner: Little progress has been made. ■ a pronoun: They manage to survive on very little. ■ an adverb: I go there very little. 1) an… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • little — I. adjective (littler or less or lesser; littlest or least) Etymology: Middle English littel, from Old English lȳtel; akin to Old High German luzzil little Date: before 12th century 1. not big: as a. small in size or extent ; …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • little — I [[t]lɪ̱t(ə)l[/t]] DETERMINER, QUANTIFIER, AND ADVERB USES ♦ 1) DET: DET n uncount You use little to indicate that there is only a very small amount of something. You can use so , too , and very in front of little. I had little money and little… …   English dictionary

  • little — 1 / lItl/ adjective 1 SIZE small in size: a little house | their little group of supporters | a little bit of especially BrE (=a small piece of something): little bits of paper all over the floor | little tiny spoken (=extremely small): a little… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • money isn’t everything — 1922 Vanity Fair Sept. 39 (heading) Money Isn’t Everything. 1927 E. O’NEILL Marco Millions iii. Money isn’t everything, not always. a 1947 F. THOMPSON Still glides Stream (1948) ii. He said quite angrily that money was not everything, there was… …   Proverbs new dictionary

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