A little
A little(pro)
UK
eɪ ˈlɪtl
US
eɪ ˈlɪtl
Definition: A little, a few, enough (used in affirmative sentences, used with uncountable nouns)
Meaning: Một ít, một vài, đủ (dùng trong câu khằng định, dùng với danh từ không đếm được)
Very Common
How to use "A little" in sentence (example)

It is 17 times heavier than Earth and is a little bit heavier than Uranus.

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A little over ten years ago now, the Airbnb story began in San Francisco, 2008.

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This enterprise soon took off, and over time it evolved into the Airbnb we have today, with a little cheeky nod to its birth all those years ago, still in its name.

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Not bad for three down on their luck guys struggling to pay rent, a little over a decade ago, right?

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It does seem a little bit like David vs Goliath really doesn't it?

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While most people think that cats aren't as smart as dogs, they can also be trained - they just think it's a little bit beneath them!

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You can pay a little a month, or you can pay it all back once you have the money.

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Most people pay the money back a little a time.

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The symbol has been used to represent Amsterdam since 1505 when Amsterdam was still a little fishing town.

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