English version

sprinkling

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsprinklingsprin‧kling /ˈsprɪŋklɪŋ/ noun [singular] 🔊 🔊 LITTLE/NOT MUCHa small amount of something, especially scattered over an areasprinkling of 🔊 The hilltops were covered with a sprinkling of snow.
Examples from the Corpus
sprinklingAdd a teaspoon of salt, and a sprinkling of milled pepper.Not much on contemporary art but a sprinkling of the new art history proves that publishers are aware of current trends.I've put a sprinkling of brown sugar and a dash of milk on it.There are three apartments available, appointed in simple style with a sprinkling of original Umbrian peasant furniture.Decorate with raspberries and redcurrants, fruit leaves and sprinkling of Sweetex Granulated.I face the lonely and exposed landscape, softened in this dying hour of the day by a late sprinkling of sun.Her gaze lingered on his pallor and the sprinkling of grey in his darkish hair.
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