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a little something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisha little somethinga little somethingGIVEused when you are telling someone that you have bought them a present I got you a little something for your birthday. something
Examples from the Corpus
a little somethingSo I thought, a little push, a little shove, a little something extra to shake it loose.Pawlowski knows a little something about horsepower.Well, I ate a little something in my room earlier.Before that, and this should tell you a little something, it was not much more attractive for Stanford.Can yet give us a little something now, Morreen.This time aliens stop by for a visit and leave a little something, um, behind.Let me just tell you a little something!Mrs Fanning also stood up and said she could stand to leave behind a little something.
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