minor

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈmaɪnər/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈmaɪnɚ/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(mīnər)


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minor

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
adj
  1. had a minor [accident, incident, mishap]
  2. suffer from a minor [illness, disease]
  3. was treated for minor [injuries, burns]
  4. a minor [case, dose] (of)
  5. suffered minor [damages] (to)
  6. only minor [damages, delays] were caused
  7. experience a minor [problem, issue, glitch, hitch, bug]
  8. just one minor [criticism, thing]
  9. committed a minor [mistake, offense, error]
  10. minor [changes, modifications, amendments, adjustments] (to)
  11. is only of minor [significance, consequence]
  12. [had, played] a minor [part, role] in
  13. a minor [number, amount, percentage, proportion] (of)
  14. [make, implement, propose] minor [changes]
  15. music: a minor [note, scale, key]
  16. music: in (the key of) [G] minor
  17. the student's minor subjects
  18. has a minor degree in
n
  1. the (legal) protection of minors
  2. [smoking, drug taking, drinking] among minors
  3. [fined, closed down] for employing minors
  4. convicted for [having sex, sexual intercourse] with a minor
  5. is [still, no longer] considered a minor
  6. was tried as a minor
  7. considered a minor [up to, until] [eighteen]
  8. (claimed he) didn't know she was a minor
  9. [decide on, claim, file for] custody of the minor
  10. the minors are in [state custody, foster care, a foster home]
  11. music: in the key of [A] minor
  12. plays [football, basketball, baseball] in the minors
  13. is a coach in the minors
  14. has a [history, philosophy, genetics] minor
  15. got a [history] minor (from Princeton)
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