minor

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  • Note that b may be larger than a despite the names minor and major.
  • Once per year, a minor release should occur which can include new features.
  • In other cases, the men did nothing for the women except in a minor way.
  • Canada has grown from a minor player in the video-games industry to a major industry player.
  • However, it is important to know that these differences are usually about minor issues.
  • Rugby union is also played on the island to a minor degree.
  • Some of these were minor while others have significantly changed the song.
  • Today, two minor league teams are based in the state.
  • In addition, several other actors have filled more than one minor role on the series.
  • A "program of action" was introduced, and party rules were given minor changes.
  • Alabama has several professional and semi-professional sports teams, including four minor league baseball teams.
  • The single was a minor hit in Australia and the UK.
  • The accounts of how he came to power vary somewhat in minor points.
  • The song is written in the key of A-flat minor.
  • After that Spain played a minor role in international affairs.
  • In these years he also took minor orders.
  • Joseph was quickly sent to the minors, where he spent one more season.
  • In the minors, he made all-star teams at both first base and third base.
  • With the exception of several minor speaking roles, all of the characters are black.
  • He was intended for the ecclesiastical state and must have received minor orders early in life.
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Meaning of minor

  • adjective Of lesser importance or stature or rank
    a minor poet, had a minor part in the play, a minor official, many of these hardy adventurers were minor noblemen, minor back roads
  • adjective Lesser in scope or effect
    had minor differences, a minor disturbance
  • adjective Inferior in number or size or amount
    a minor share of the profits, Ursa Minor
  • adjective Of a scale or mode
    the minor keys, in B flat minor
  • adjective Not of legal age
    minor children
  • adjective Of lesser seriousness or danger
    suffered only minor injuries, some minor flooding, a minor tropical disturbance
  • adjective Of your secondary field of academic concentration or specialization