mite Meaning in Bengali - Synonyms and Definition of mite
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Synonyms of mite

noun

Definition of mite

noun

a little; slightly.

But this system for entering my thoughts seems a mite obtuse.

a minute arachnid that has four pairs of legs when adult, related to the ticks. Many kinds live in the soil and a number are parasitic on plants or animals.

Passed from dog to dog, adult female sarcoptic mange mites tunnel under a dog's skin to lay eggs.

a small child or animal, especially when regarded as an object of sympathy.

‘She's just a poor little mite - I feel terrible as a person having to say this kind of thing but I didn't know what else to do I was so desperate,’ he said.

a very small amount.

And then she asks that the wedding feast be cooked without a mite of salt.

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Example of mite

  • ‘She's just a poor little mite - I feel terrible as a person having to say this kind of thing but I didn't know what else to do I was so desperate,’ he said.

  • A mite of a bird must have decided his statue presented refuge.

  • A fair few are competent although scarcely memorable, a mite predictable, but all the books contain stories that could at least be considered for any ‘best of’ collection.

  • all evening he's seemed a mite awkward

  • And then she asks that the wedding feast be cooked without a mite of salt.

  • As I watched, several kinds of ants crossed my view, followed by a tiny red mite , a sizable wolf spider, and two colorful jumping spiders.

  • But for those of us jaded enough to have been at last week's dinner party, it looks a mite bit lacking.

  • But this system for entering my thoughts seems a mite obtuse.

  • For their part, the zoo officials were also a mite apprehensive about letting a crowd form around the enclosure where the big cat was giving birth.

  • He tends to have an unsettling effect on younger members of the force, who may be a mite intimidated by the longevity of his career.