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minor
'maɪnər
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Limited in size or scope.
  2. Inferior in number or size or amount.
  3. Lesser in scope or effect.
  4. Not of legal age.
  5. Of a scale or mode.
  6. Of your secondary field of academic concentration or specialization.
  7. Of lesser importance or stature or rank.
  8. Of lesser seriousness or danger.
  9. Warranting only temporal punishment.
  10. Of the younger of two boys with the same family name.
(名) As a noun
  1. A young person of either sex.
HyphenationMi•nor
Part of Speech(名) noun
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未成年人wèi chéngniánrénminor (i.e. person under 18)
较小jiàoxiǎorelatively small
二流èrliúsecond-rate; second-tier
未成年wèichéng niánnot mature
辅修fǔxiūto minor in; minor
未冠wèiguānminor (old usage, person under 20)
未成wèichéngminor (i.e. person under 18); incomplete; unachieved; failed; abortive
未成冠wèichéng guānminor (old usage, person under 20)
未成年者wèi chéngniánzhěminor (not an adult)
副修fùxiū(school) minor
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