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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpint-sizedˈpint-sized adjective [only before noun] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š SMALLsmall – usually used humorously πŸ”Š the pint-sized child star
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pint-sizedβ€’ The goal is not to produce mini-capitalists or pint-sized consumers.β€’ At age eight Tim was already a pint-sized entrepreneur.β€’ Although children of four may look like pint-sized fives, they have much less concentration.β€’ Carolyn Henderson finds out how pint-sized performers can take on and beat the big boys.β€’ The owners meet regularly to show off their pint-sized pets.β€’ More than one million fans are expected at box offices this weekend to see pint-sized superstar Macaulay Culkin's new blockbuster.β€’ Queues began forming hours before doors opened for the first viewing of pint-sized superstar Macaulay Culkin's new blockbuster.
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