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mite 1

American English: /maɪt/
British English: /mʌɪt/

noun

  • (Zoology)
    Example sentences
    • All of these arthropods are known predators of insect eggs; on at least 17 plants, adult mites were directly observed attacking eggs.
    • Dust mites are very minute arachnids (related to spiders) that live primarily on flakes of human skin.
    • But a parasitic mite, Varroa destructor, has started to wreak havoc on honeybee colonies.

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mite 2
American English: /maɪt/
British English: /mʌɪt/

noun

  • 1 (small child, animal)
    chiquitín, (-tina) (masculine, feminine)
    the poor little mite!
    ¡pobrecito!
    Example sentences
    • His cold has developed into full blown ‘smoker's cough’ this morning, poor little mite.
    • ‘She's just a poor little mite - I feel terrible as a person having to say this kind of thing but I didn't know what else to do I was so desperate,’ he said.
    • Poor little mite was rather disappointed when he realised it was months away yet, but it hasn't seemed to stop him asking again at regular intervals throughout the day.
  • 3a mite (as adverb)
    un tanto or poco
    algo
    she answered a mite impatiently
    contestó con un poco or [colloquial] un pelín de impaciencia

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