Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Mini"

Synonyms of "Mini" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Mini and Little ?
A: We use “mini” more often to describe really small non-living things like “that is a mini car”
Little can be used for anything “little boy” “little dog” “little car”
Q: What is the difference between Webster’s Essential Mini Dictionary and English Dictionary ?
A: I believe that they are just made by different people, thats about it.
Q: What is the difference between I tried out Mini ultrasonic washing machine today. and I tried Mini ultrasonic washing machine out today. ?
A: There is no real difference between "I tried" and "I tried out." However, "I tried out" is usually only used for objects, not events.

For example:
"I tried out my new laptop charger today" (You could also say "I tried my new laptop charger today")
"I tried going to that festival last week" (You could not say "I tried out going to that festival last week")
Hope that helps :)

Translations of "Mini"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Mini mapa
A: mini map
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Mini Bar안에 물과 음료 무료로 이용할 수 있나요?
A: Are the items in the mini bar provided for free?
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Mini Ventilateur
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Other questions about "Mini"

Q: Which is more natural between Mini grill pan and Small grill pan?
A: Usually mini is smaller than small but they're also used interchangeably at times. If I have to choose I'll go with -- small grill pan.
Q: Mini bar in the room is all complimentary. the comment form in desk drawer, we appreciate if you may give us some feeback. Does this sound natural?
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Q: I saw a special Mini Cooper on my way home.Why do I find the car so special? Because that's the color of the car I've never seen! I don't know how to describe the color,it's like chocolate. I'm not sure. Does this sound natural?
A: "Because that's the color of the car I've never seen BEFORE" :)
Q: The Mini Stop has some tables and chairs for customers to eat or drink on the spot what they buy, but the Seven doesn't have any. The Mini Stop is more convenient. Does this sound natural?
A: "On the spot" doesn't work with that sentence. Those words together in that order are a common idiom that means "all of a sudden, with no preparation."

For instance: "My boss put me on the spot when he asked for a report on my team's progress. I didn't have any notes with me, and I had to wing it."

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