Translation for 'tiny' from English to Greek
ADJ   tiny | tinier | tiniest
SYNO bantam | diminutive | flyspeck | ...
tiny {adj}πολύ μικρός
tiny {adj}μικρούτσικος
tiny {adj}μικροσκοπικός
tiny {adj} [little]μικρούτσικο
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Usage Examples English
  • "Little Miss Tiny" is the 5th book in the "Little Miss" series.
  • Hotz then founded the tiny corp on November 5, 2022. The tiny corp aims to port machine learning instruction sets to hardware accelerators.
  • In 2019, Powderhorn opened a new outdoor bar, named the Umbrella bar. The Slopeside inn also expanded their hotel to include a small circle of 6 tiny homes, with more tiny homes to come.
  • Elizabeth Chong's Tiny Delights is a cooking series originally aired on Australian television in 2003.
  • Tiny black sea cucumbers are parasitized by the Colombian cucumber sucker snail, "Vitreolina columbiana". These tiny snails attach themselves to "C. vegae" and suck the fluids out of them.

  • Queen Mab is invoked in novels by Elizabeth Goudge, where she describes "Little Things" (based on a collection of tiny objects assembled by a relative and bequeathed to Goudge) such as tiny tea sets, and miniature gnomes, and a tiny sculpture of Queen Mab in her coach, in "A City of Bells" and "The Scent of Water".
  • Several species of tiny orchids grow in this reserve, their leaves are so tiny as to be mistaken for a piece of grass when not in flower and often die back to a tiny little bulb in hot weather.
  • In a moving magnet cartridge, the stylus cantilever carries a tiny permanent magnet, which is positioned between two sets of fixed coils (in a stereophonic cartridge), forming a tiny electromagnetic generator.
  • The lowland tiny greenbul was originally described in the genus "Macrosphenus".
  • Two tiny and fragmented patches of this plant remain, totalling roughly 100 plants. This tiny population is still decreasing - now mainly due to invasive alien plants and coastal developments.

  • Consequently, tiny homes inevitably require the consumption of less energy to support the homeowner.
  • Mystacocarids are tiny crustaceans, less than [...] long, that live in the spaces between sand grains on intertidal beaches.
  • Also available are three "Tiny Teddy Creams" varieties, two larger tiny teddies joined with a cream filling, in double chocolate, vanilla and strawberry flavours; and "Tiny Teddy Dippers", a lunchbox portion of a handful of tiny teddies and a dipping sauce of white chocolate, strawberry or chocolate-hazelnut.
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