худощавый; тонкий; изящный; хрупкий; незначительный; легкий; слабый;
пренебрежение; неуважение; игнорирование;
пренебрегать; относиться небрежно; третировать
- Small, belligerent, Robic was one of those cyclists who look like a boxer and his slight build gave him an advantage in the mountains.
- There was a pause and I sensed a slight tension as Lomas spoke.
- But there was only a slight, impatient nodding.
- Doone with slight reluctance admitted that there seemed to be marble stuck to the underside of one more floorboard on each side of the hole.
- This must always be controlled and if injury is caused - other than perhaps a slight reddening - a penalty rather than a score will result.
- He had slight success with tri-iodobenzoic acid, but it was J. Lehmann, in Sweden, who found that, among some fifty or so compounds tested, p -aminosalicylic acid, commonly known as PAS, prevented the growth of tubercle bacilli.
- I don't deliberately put my face in the sun - but you can't help picking up a slight tan from reflected sunlight, particularly if, like me, you swim a lot.
- This is because part-time members of the force have only slight contact with regular policemen and women, and experience greater status incongruity as a result of the contrast between the responsibility held in their day-time employment and the more restricted range of their police duties.
- Every time he stays, he misses the toilet and there is usually a slight puddle for me to clear up.
- "I think there has always been a slight fear of making massive steps on our own," says Gedge.
- The next stage of the work, says Dainty, is to eliminate a layer phenomenon called ionic motion, which shows up as slight hysteresis in the capacitance/voltage plot of the layer.
- Because I wear glasses, there is a slight air gap and soon my eyes are watering with the cold.
- All that betrayed her was the slight tremor in the hand holding her wineglass.