small

(redirected from smallest)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia.
See:
References in periodicals archive ?
When you get that smallest balance paid off, you'll start feeling good about the process and your progress.
'Funny story when we entered the parade, Jayvee (Marcelino) told me that we're the smallest team in the field,' Robinson, who was also the epitome of heart over height during his playing days in the PBA as a 5-foot-7 point guard, said.
Baby Saybie was born at 23 weeks and three days last December, weighing in at just 8.6 ounces about the weight of a large apple -- making her the smallest surviving baby in the world, according to officials at Sharp Mary Birch Hospital.
The video is called 'McHive - the World's Smallest McDonald's.'
Keio University Hospital said the boy was believed to now hold the record for the smallest newborn boy to be discharged from a hospital in good health.
Paradoxically, Macedonia is the country with the smallest electricity price of 0.08 euros per KWh.
Similarly, the smallest constituency in KP is NA-37 (Tank) whose population is 3,91000.
Metro areas with the largest, smallest gender wage gaps in 2017 Five largest gaps 1.
In each case, I compare the largest amount offered the borrower with the smallest amount.
It is a superconducting maglev system that has the smallest cross-section and uses the smallest amount of permanent magnet materials.
ISLAMABAD:A British phone firm has manufacture a world's smallest phone measuring just 1.9 x 0.8 x 0.5 inches.
A tiny Yorkshire Terrier named Tim took home the title of Britain's smallest puppy when he was born at just 2.5 ounces.
THE new owner of the Smallest House in Great Britain is "honoured" after inheriting the property from her aunt.
It's the Q2 and as you can guess from the number, it's the smallest one yet, sitting under the Q3.