Translation of lesser in Spanish:
adjective (before noun)
- 1.1(amount/talent/artist)to a lesser extent o degreea lesser man than him would have given up the struggleen menor gradowe lesser mortals [humorous]un hombre de menos valía hubiera abandonado la lucha→ evil 2 2los simples mortales como nosotros [humorous]Example sentences1.2 (Geography, Zoology) (in names) the Lesser Antilles
las Antillas menores
- Perhaps lesser mortals in this field should wait for the hearings?
- He showed no signs of jet lag, again something lesser mortals complain of.
- Instead, it's how they deal with the stuff that would sink a far lesser talent.
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