名词:slightness 形容词比较级:slighter 最高级:slightest 动词过去式:slighted 过去分词:slighted 现在分词:slighting 第三人称单数:slights
/slaɪt; slaɪt/ adj (-er, -est)
1 not serious or important; small 不严重的; 不重要的; 微小的; 轻微的
*a slight slip, error, change, improvement 些微的失误、错误、变化、改进
* a slight headache 轻微的头痛
* The differences between the pictures are very slight. 这两幅画差别很小.
* do sth without the slightest difficulty, ie with no difficulty at all 毫无困难地做某事
* She takes offence at the slightest thing, ie is very easily offended. 她动不动就生气.
* Compared to his early work, this is a rather slight novel, ie not a major one. 这部小说与他早期作品相比, 不甚重要.
2 not thick and strong; frail; slender 不粗壮的; 脆弱的; 细长的
*a slight figure, girl 苗条的身材、女孩
* supported by a slight framework 由纤细的骨架支撑的.
3 (idm 习语) not in the `slightest not at all 毫不; 一点也不
*You didn't embarrass me in the slightest. 你一点也没让我为难.
v [Tn] treat (sb) without proper respect or courtesy; snub 怠慢（某人）; 冷落
*a slighting remark 怠慢的话
* She felt slighted because no one spoke to her. 没人跟她说话, 她觉得受到冷落.
n ~ (to/on sb/sth) act, remark, etc that offends sb 冒犯他人的行为、言语等; 蔑视; 侮辱
*My remark was not meant as a slight on you. 我的话并没有冒犯你的意思.
* She suffered many slights from colleagues. 她多次遭到同事侮慢.
1. This strong and steady voice, an American voice with a slight accent of North Carolina, belonged to Edward R. Murrow, head of the European staff of the Columbia Broadcasting System. 这个有力而平稳的声音，这个带着一点北卡罗来纳口音的美国音，出自爱德华· R· 默罗之口，他是哥伦比亚广播公司驻欧人员的负责人。
2. Suddenly, there was a slight trembling sound from below, and the captain went down to see what had happened. 突然，从船舱下部传来一声微颤音，船长走下船舱去查看究竟。
3. Just then, his partner appeared. Slight and shorter, he held an enlarged blue steel pistol. 就在这时，他的同伙出现了。他很瘦小，手持一支加大的蓝色钢制左轮手枪。
4. Our roof has a slight slant. 我们的屋顶稍微倾斜。
5. It was almost white having only a slight tint of yellow. 那几乎全是白色的, 只稍微带着些许黄色.