Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
1) very or extremely small
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The adjective 'tiny' describe something very small or my minute. As a noun, a 'tiny' refers to a very young child. 'Tiny' is a popular adjective in both social and professional contexts used to discuss small amounts, changes or things.
Social Examples (Basic)
When Sarah went to view the apartment she realized it was a tiny space, far too small for her needs.
The tiny space in the garage was not big enoughfor Jim to keep his car.
Professional Examples (Basic)
Our competitors beat us to the punch on this deal. There was a relatively tiny amount in the difference, but it was enough for the Client to lean towards their offer.
We began as a tiny company selling pizza from a van at football games. Now we own a restaurant in every city on the East Coast.
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