Word: minor

Category: minor

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Related words: minor

a minor, minor league, minor league baseball, minor chord, d minor, c minor, e minor, major and minor, minor scale, b minor, passport for minor, math minor, g minor chord, mike minor, a flat minor, a minor chord, e minor chord, emancipated minor, f sharp minor

Synonyms: minor

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: minor

spanish
chico, secundario


german
moll, minderjährige, geringer, bursche, minderjährig, ...

french
petit, minime, insignifiant, accessoire, garçon, ...

italian
minorenne, piccolo, piccino, minuto, minore

portuguese
infância, jovem, criança, pequeno

dutch
gering, karig, luttel, minderjarig, kleiner, ...

russian
маленький, минорный, небольшой, малолетний, незначительный, ...

norwegian
mindreårig, mindre, liten

swedish
ringa

finnish
pieni, sivuaine, toissijainen, pikku, alaikäinen, ...

danish
mindreårig

czech
vedlejší, nezletilec, moll, menší, mollový, ...

polish
niepełnoletni, sprawa, minorowy, drugorzędny, moll, ...

hungarian
melléktantárgy, moll, fiatalabbik, moll-hangsor, csekélyebb, ...

turkish
küçük, az, çocuk, önemsiz

greek
μικρός, ελάσσων, υπεξούσιος, ασήμαντος

ukrainian
дрібнота, блешня, мілька

albanian
vogël

belarusian
маленький, гарох

estonian
alaealine, väike, vähetähtis

croatian
franjevac, manjeg, minoran, maloljetnik

icelandic
minniháttar

latin
pupillus

lithuanian
nepilnametis, vaikas, paauglys

latvian
nepilngadīgais, bērns, jauneklis

romanian
minor, copil, mic

slovenian
vedrejši

slovak
mole, menší

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The meaning and "use of": minor

adjective
  • lesser in importance, seriousness, or significance.
  • (of a scale) having intervals of a semitone between the second and third degrees, and (usually) the fifth and sixth, and the seventh and eighth.
  • (of a term) occurring as the subject of the conclusion of a categorical syllogism.

noun
  • a person under the age of full legal responsibility.
  • a minor key, interval, or scale.
  • the minor leagues in a particular professional sport, especially baseball.
  • a college student's subsidiary subject or area of concentration.
  • a minor term or premise.

verb
  • study or qualify in as a subsidiary subject at college or university.

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