Definition of mini in English:

mini

Syllabification: min·i
Pronunciation: /ˈminē
 
/

adjective

[attributive]
Denoting a miniature version of something: a bouquet of mini carnations
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  • There, smaller children can enjoy the thrills on this mini version and maybe even look after their less adventurous parents as well!
  • Why try to make them into mini versions of yourself, with their mini-me haircuts and their mini-me clothes?
  • Pack a touch-up kit containing mini versions of your favourite cosmetic products.

noun (plural minis)

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1A very short skirt or dress.
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  • Inspired by the life span of insects, Kyra Nolan created blue corsets, pointy hem dresses, felted minis and mesh bodystockings over rubber halter tops.
  • Break out the cutesy A-line skirts and minis, and, of course, killer stockings.
  • So I quickly run up stairs and slip on my pink mini, pleated skirt, and my tank top and run down stairs.
2 short for minicomputer.
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  • But the minis are CPUs only so you need to add your own display, keyboard and mouse.
  • If you want a Mac mini to be your media hub, chances are it's because it's small and dinky and looks more like a space-age waffle toaster than a computer.
  • So, a setup with a Mac mini, if you had nothing to start with, can cost less than $700.

Origin

1960s: abbreviation.

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