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slight
British English: /slʌɪt/
American English: /slaɪt/

Translation of slight in French:

noun

  • on à from de la part de
    to suffer a slight
    subir un affront

adjective

  • 1
    (change, delay, exaggeration, improvement, injury, movement, rise, shock, stroke) (before n)
    (risk, danger) (before n)
    (pause, hesitation) (before n)
    the improvement/her interest is slight
    l'amélioration/son intérêt est faible
    the chances of it happening are slight
    il y a de faibles chances pour que cela arrive
    not to have the slightest difficulty/idea
    ne pas avoir la moindre difficulté/idée
    at the slightest provocation
    à la moindre provocation
    not in the slightest
  • 2
    (figure, physique, person)
    to be slight of build
    être mince

transitive verb

also: slighted past participle adjective

  • (person)
    humilié

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