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CatalanEdit

AdjectiveEdit

menor (masculine and feminine plural menors)

  1. lower, low
  2. minor, small
  3. (music) minor

GalicianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin minor.

AdjectiveEdit

menor m (feminine singular minor, plural minores)

  1. minor, lesser
  2. (music) minor

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Old FrenchEdit

EtymologyEdit

Latin minor.

AdjectiveEdit

menor (oblique singular, nominative singular meindre)

  1. smaller
  2. smallest
  3. very small

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PortugueseEdit

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

menor m or f (plural menores, comparable)

  1. (followed by que) comparative degree of pequeno; smaller
    Laranjas são menores que melancias.
    Oranges are smaller than watermelons.
    Antonym: maior
  2. (preceded by a definite article) superlative degree of pequeno; smallest
    O Sergipe é o menor estado do Brasil.
    Sergipe is the smallest state in Brazil.
    Antonym: maior
  3. minor, lesser
    um inimigo menor
    a lesser enemy
    Antonym: maior
  4. (law, of a person) underage (below legal adulthood)

NounEdit

menor m, f (plural menores)

  1. (law) minor, underage (person below the legal age of responsibility or accountability)

SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin minor.

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

menor (plural menores)

  1. smaller
    Antonym: mayor
  2. younger
    Antonym: mayor
  3. minor
    • 2016, Anuel AA, "No Soy Romántico"
      Aquí no hay menores; todos somos adultos.
      There are no minors here; we're all adults.

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