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slight  Verb
Plural: slights
  1. Translate "slight" to Spanish: menospreciar, despreciar
    English Synonyms of "slight": belittle, cold-shoulder, cry down, despise, disparage, down-play, downplay, underestimate
    Define meaning of "slight": Pay no attention to, disrespect.
  2. She cold-shouldered her ex-fiance.

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  3. Translate "slight" to Spanish: afrentar, ofender
    English Synonyms of "slight": insult, offend, affront, outrage, provoke, disoblige, impugn
    Define meaning of "slight": Treat, mention, or speak to rudely.

  4. Translate "slight" to Spanish: desatender, descuidar
    English Synonyms of "slight": neglect, overlook, disregard, fail to attend, ignore, unattend, unheed
    Define meaning of "slight": Pay no attention to, disrespect.
  5. She cold-shouldered her ex-fiance.

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slight  Noun
  1. Translate "slight" to Spanish: desaire, azareada, denuesto, rotería
    English Synonyms of "slight": put-down, brush-off, kick in the teeth, rebuff, snub, the boondocks, the brush
    Define meaning of "slight": A deliberate discourteous act (usually as an expression of anger or disapproval).

  2. Translate "slight" to Spanish: humillación
    English Synonyms of "slight": belittlement, humiliation, kick in the teeth, put-down, shaming, takedown, abasement, demeaning, derision
    Define meaning of "slight": A deliberate discourteous act (usually as an expression of anger or disapproval).

slight  Adjective
  1. Translate "slight" to Spanish: leve, ligero, pequeño, venial
    English Synonyms of "slight": venial, light, little, minor, small, trifling, unimportant
    Define meaning of "slight": Having little substance or significance.
  2. A flimsy excuse.
    Slight evidence.
    A tenuous argument.
    A thin plot.

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  3. Translate "slight" to Spanish: pequeño
    English Synonyms of "slight": little, minute, short, small, small-size, tiny
    Define meaning of "slight": Almost no or (with 'a') at least some; very little.
  4. There's slight chance that it will work.
    There's a slight chance it will work.

  5. Translate "slight" to Spanish: superficial
    English Synonyms of "slight": superficial, band-aid, cursory, shallow, skin-deep, smattering, potted
    Define meaning of "slight": Involving a surface only. ; Being or affecting or concerned with a surface; not deep or penetrating emotionally or intellectually.

  6. Translate "slight" to Spanish: flaco, magro
    English Synonyms of "slight": lean, skinny, thin, frail, gaunt, lank, raw-boned, scraggy, scrawny
    Define meaning of "slight": Lacking excess flesh.

Verb Conjugation for "slight"
Gerund: slighting

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