Translation of tiny in Spanish:

tiny

Pronunciation: /ˈtaɪni/

adj (tinier, tiniest)

  • minúsculo, diminuto are you out of your tiny mind? ¿te has vuelto loco?
    More example sentences
    • The end result is that a tiny minority is allowed to lay claim to public opinion.
    • Is this absence of black some kind of sad rebellion being staged within my tiny mind?
    • They want to justify creaming off a tiny minority into the top first class institutions.

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