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a shade

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisha shadea shadeformalLITTLE/NOT VERY very slightlya shade too big/hot/fast etc πŸ”Š Matt’s clothes were just a shade too big for me.a shade better/quicker/faster etc πŸ”Š The results were a shade better than we expected.a shade over/under/above etc πŸ”Š She was a shade under five feet tall. β†’ shade
Examples from the Corpus
a shade better/quicker/faster etcβ€’ She was no feather-weight, but even the stairs only made him breathe a shade faster.β€’ As a result, our days sometimes go by a shade quicker than twenty-four hours.
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