Denoting a miniature version of something
Very small or minor of its kind; miniature
A person closely resembling a smaller or younger version of another
Astronomy = mini-black hole.
A minicab driver.
A small man; (occasionally) a boy dressed so as to resemble a man.
A relatively small mill or factory, especially one in which sheet steel is manufactured from scrap metal.
A small, open-sided car used off-road and for leisure purposes.
A nuclear weapon of limited power, designed for tactical use in combat.
Miniature golf; a miniature golf course.
A shopping mall containing a relatively small number of retail outlets and with access to each shop from the outside rather than from an interior hallway
A contraceptive pill containing a progestogen and not oestrogen
An extremely short miniskirt. Compare micro-, mini, mini-.
A type of small motor caravan.
Extremely small; (of a dress, skirt, etc.) extremely short.
A music recording consisting of fewer tracks than a normal record album.
A type of venetian blind having very narrow slats.
An interim budget which revises or supplements fiscal policy, especially in response to a deteriorating economic situation.
A company which is relatively large but still not amongst the largest in its sector.
A small set of hi-fi equipment or other home entertainment system, not usually including a record turntable.
A small supermarket or convenience store
A simplified version of rugby with only nine players in a team
Another term for transient ischaemic attack.
A small brewery, especially one producing limited amounts of speciality beers.
Of a seed: germinated to the stage at which a very small shoot or sprout is present.
A subset of a language; (Computing) a subset of a programming language. Also: a form of speech peculiar to a limited group of people; an argot, jargon.
A weight class for boxers weighing up to 105 pounds (approx. 47.6 kg); a boxer of this weight.
A small traffic roundabout, indicated by road markings or a very low island
A hypothetical black hole of very small size formed by compression of matter during the early stages of the universe and believed to evaporate over time with the emission of radiation.
A refrigerator in a hotel room containing a selection of drinks which, if consumed, are charged to the occupant’s bill
A small bus for about ten to fifteen passengers
A taxi which may be booked in advance but which is not licensed to pick up passengers who hail it in the street
A handheld video camera
A very small car, especially a subcompact
A small van
A small van
Smallness, minuteness; slightness, triviality.
A session run by a professional sports team to train particular players, or to test potential new players, before its main preseason training
A disc having a format similar to a small CD but able to record sound or data as well as play it back
An informal version of golf played on a small putting course, each hole of which involves negotiating an obstacle such as a small-scale tunnel, bridge, hill, etc.
A convenience store
A short break spent together by a newly married couple, typically in advance of a longer holiday to be taken at a later date
A small invertebrate animal such as an insect or spider
A short holiday, especially one lasting only two or three days
A very short dress
A television drama shown in a small number of episodes, often on consecutive nights
A very short skirt
A small vertical case for a computer, or a computer mounted in such a case