Q: perceived slights とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Slight means an insult. Perceived means that the person thinks it is, though in reality it might not be.

So in this case Trump is very worried about things people say about him. He thinks what they’re saying are insults or about him even if they’re not.
Q: slight とはどういう意味ですか?
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Q: slight とはどういう意味ですか?
Q: a slight aside とはどういう意味ですか?
A: When someone is talking about one thing and then mentions something else that is not related...or only a little bit what he was saying before. That is a slight aside
Q: slight とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It can usually be substituted for "a little".
There was a slight breeze.
He was slightly disappointed.


Q: slight を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: The first two examples use the adverb form of slight.

"It is slightly sunny out; the sun is barely peeking through the clouds."

"I'm feeling slightly sick today, but I think a bit of rest is all I will need to feel better."

"A 30% chance of rain is a slight chance of rain."

"There's a slight chance of thunderstorms this afternoon."

"It was such a slight change from the original that I didn't even notice."

"You have made a slight improvement."

"It was easier to climb up the slight incline than it was to climb up the stairs."


Q: slight と a little はどう違いますか?
A: Little means a small amount, but slight means a small difference.
Q: slight と subtle と tenuous
"Slight" basically means "small", and "slightly" basically means "a little".

"There is a slight wind"
"It is slightly windy"

"Subtle" is the opposite of "obvious". It basically means "not easy to notice".

"There is a subtle difference between them"

"Tenuous" is a more formal word. It means "very weak".

"The connection was tenuous, at best"

I hope that's helpful.
Q: slight と slim はどう違いますか?

E.G. ( 例句 )

➡He's got a headache and a slight fever.

➡They only have a slim chance of winning .


Q: slight と some はどう違いますか?
A: ‘some’ is used for when there’s more than one object, for example you would say “can i have some food”
The word slight is used if there’s not much of something, for example “I have a slight cold” or “we have a slight problem”
This word doesn’t really go in many sentences, so I prefer not to use it much :) I hope this was a little helpful, this was quite a hard question so im sorry if i confused you more 😬
Q: slight と subtle はどう違いますか?
A: subtle- so delicate it is hard to describe. subtle lighting. Slight is small in degree like tiny.