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minute1 US English

A period of time equal to sixty seconds or a sixtieth of an hour

minute2 US English

Extremely small

minute3 US English

A summarized record of the proceedings at a meeting

any time now US English

Very soon

last minute US English

The latest possible time before an event

this minute in minute1 US English

At once; immediately

any minute US English

Very soon

the minute US English

As soon as

this minute US English

At once; immediately

minute gun US English

A gun fired at intervals of a minute, especially at a funeral

minute hand US English

The hand on a watch or clock that indicates minutes

minute steak US English

A thin slice of steak cooked very quickly

just a minute, moment, second, etc. in just US English

Used to ask someone to wait or pause for a short time

by the minute in minute1 US English

(Especially of the progress of a change) very rapidly

just a minute in minute1 US English

Used as a request to delay an action, departure, or decision for a short time, usually to allow the speaker to do something

by the minute US English

(Especially of the progress of a change) very rapidly

just a minute US English

Used as a request to delay an action, departure, or decision for a short time, usually to allow the speaker to do something

a laugh a minute US English

Very funny

ten-minute rule US English

A rule of the House of Commons allowing brief discussion of a motion to introduce a bill, each speech being limited to ten minutes

up-to-the-minute US English

Incorporating the very latest information or developments

not for a minute US English

Not at all

a mile a minute US English

Very quickly

New York minute US English

A very short time; a moment

mile-a-minute weed US English

An invasive and noxious vine, native to Asia, that has downward-pointing barbs on the stem and the underside of leaves. It is considered an ecological threat in the eastern US

just a minute, moment, second, etc. US English

Used to ask someone to wait or pause for a short time

there's one born every minute in born US English

There are many gullible people

there's one born every minute US English

There are many gullible people

arc minute in minute1 US English

A sixtieth of a degree of angular measurement (symbol: ʹ)

minute1 US Thesaurus

it'll only take a minute

minute2 US Thesaurus

minute particles

last-minute English-Spanish

de última hora

minute by minute English-Spanish

de un minuto al otro

minute-by-minute English-Spanish

detallado, paso por paso

up-to-the-minute English-Spanish

de último momento, de última hora

minute book in minute English-Spanish

libro m de actas

to the minute in minute English-Spanish

con suma precisión


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