English version

a wee bit

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisha wee bita wee bitinformalLITTLE/NOT VERY to a small degree She looked a wee bit confused. wee
Examples from the Corpus
a wee bitDon't you think her behavior is just a wee bit bizarre?It is a wee bit disconcerting when you can hear yourself think in a pub these days.We have been lacking a wee bit of professionalism recently.Monica is a wee bit overweight.He is hapless, passive and maybe just a wee bit smug.Reason I ask, Mr Rasmussen says you seemed a wee bit tipsy.You might be just a wee bit too clever for your own good now.As for the holiday, I agree with you, it sounds a wee bit unlikely.There is no label on the bottle, it tastes a wee bit vinegary.
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