- a little
- n.少许,一会儿,短时间 adj.很少的,矮小的,短暂的,琐碎的 adv.很少,稍微,完全不
- He said he couldn't come into work because he was ill but I smell something fishy and think he went to see the last day of the test match.
- He's kinda stupid but he's president camacho's stepbrother.
- He thought of he did not hear a party member from the beginning solely and self-movingly at sing a song true have a little the oddness.
- He's always had a slight stammer.
- He was a quasi artist.
- He's got a few quid. He'll come in handy.
- He is a bit of a tippler but he's reliably punctual when there's an open bar.
- Is he anything of a sportsman?
- He went in front of her down the garden path to hold the gate.in his shirt without the clumsy velveteen coat she saw again how slender he was thin stooping a little.
- He's a bit pedantic.
- He sat long gazing vacantly at the floor and by-and-by he began to punctuate his thoughts with little nervous movements of his hands that seemed to indicate vexation.
- Might somehow turn the tides.
- Over the barriers jumped the team to effect a rescue when another bull something of a tail-end charlie mopped up the lot of them.
- A well-scrubbed hustling rube with a little taste.
- Somewhat crooked red gum tree growing chiefly along rivers; has durable reddish lumber used in heavy construction.