Definition of teensy in English:

teensy

Line breaks: teensy
Pronunciation: /ˈtiːnzi
 
, -si/

adjective (teensier, teensiest)

informal
Tiny: a teensy bit of custard powder
More example sentences
  • Paige groaned, looking at her stomach critically, which had expanded a tiny, teensy bit; not bad at all, but she was ashamed of her unfit body.
  • It probably comes down to a single line of code somewhere with a teensy tiny almost insignificant bug in it.
  • They're like a teensy tiny version of a normal cigarette lighter.

Origin

late 19th century (originally US dialect): probably an extension of teeny.

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