Little [adjective]

Definition of Little:

small in size, amount

Opposite/Antonyms of Little:

Sentence/Example of Little:

Mounting a winch can take a little time, and you’ll usually need a bracket specific to your ATV, but it’s not all that difficult.

We have very little problem in this country at this moment — five.

A little more than a month ago, the Big Ten became the first major conference to postpone the season.

Later, a researcher from Yale and Pew Research Center conducted separate tests that also found little to no evidence in support of the claim.

Separately, the CEO of TripAction says business travel has picked up a little recently, but is still down about 80% since February—compared to the 90% drop in March.

Having said that, a look at the current TV and streaming advertising landscape suggests little has changed.

Such neighborhoods see little in the way of flood-prevention investment.

Meanwhile, half a dozen TikTokers interviewed said they knew little to nothing about Oracle, known for its very unhip database software.

When that yielded little, it began its current, more selective approach.

It’s really more of an eye-opening look at the unorthodox — even a little intimidating — way that Netflix runs.