English version

dinky

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdinkydin‧ky /ˈdΙͺΕ‹ki/ adjective informal πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 SMALLBEAUTIFUL/GOOD-LOOKING British English small and attractive πŸ”Š a dinky little bag2 American EnglishSMALLGOOD ENOUGH too small and often not very nice πŸ”Š It was a really dinky hotel room.
Examples from the Corpus
dinkyβ€’ Hotchkis's dinky ad budget translates into low annual fees.β€’ It was a little like those dinky almshouse squares you sometimes see from a bus and wish you could live in.β€’ Forget Colonel Mustard with his dinky old lead pipe in the library.β€’ I can't believe they charge $8.95 for this dinky salad!
DinkyDinky (also Dinky toy) trademark πŸ”Š πŸ”Š a well-known type of small toy car or other toy vehicle. Dinky toys have been popular in the UK since the 1940s and many people collect them.
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