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poco in English:

1. bit


When I was a kid, touching bugs didn't bother me a bit. Now I can hardly stand looking at pictures of them.
She bit him.
The Internet has expanded the range of my sex life; it's a bit like I upgraded to ballistic missiles.
At night, I put my bell pepper plants at the open window, so they can harden off a bit before I plant them outside, cause now they still have such thin stems.
It is fairly safe to say that the family bound for Australia, or wherever it may be, has in its mind a vision of a nice house, or a flat, with maybe a bit of garden.
By the way, do you know what a Shinto shrine is? "I've a little bit of knowledge on the subject. It's a religious facility where that which is the object of worship, that called the genius loci, is enshrined."
In contrast to his "not bad looks but seems a bit of a dandy" appearance, he didn't have a girlfriend and he wasn't particularly fast with the ladies.
Is that implying that I go get some sugar in me and then work more? "Er?" "No, sorry. I'm just sulking a bit."
I am a little bit afraid that he will not prepare anything because I have not seen a presentation of his with presentation material.
I usually cut loose a bit and drink plenty before a day off work but if my drinks are cut with tochu tea then I get absolutely no hangover.
This morning I had a bit of a disagreement with my wife. I didn't think it was a big deal, but seeing what she's like this evening I think I must have upset her.
In conclusion, Ahn, it very much falls to you and me to set the tone for the work environment. I will do my bit to defuse the present climate and crack on with the job at hand. I hope I can rely on your support for this.
I've developed a bit of a gut lately, so I've decided that, starting tomorrow, I'm going to go to the gym.
They studied it a little bit, but they couldn't spend all day finding out what to do, so they finally picked up the other one, and the water went out again, all over the floor.
Miss Baker knew that the young man would have to leave very soon, so she decided to ask him to move his car a bit, so that she could park hers in the proper place for the night before going to bed.

English word "poco"(bit) occurs in sets:

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2. little


I slept a little during lunch break because I was so tired.
He's a little pale.
It was a very slow train. It stopped at every little station.
That man was standing a little ways away, but he turned when he heard Tom shout.
I hope spring sticks around just a little bit longer. I hate summers.
Since they had no children of their own, they decided to adopt a little girl.
He was looking forward to spending the weekend with her in their little cottage in Somerset.
With a little planning, I think we can take our company to the top.
Hearing about people kidnapping little children just makes my blood boil.
As a matter of fact, he knows very little of the matter.
The background check on Tom turned up suspiciously little.
I think you'll have very little difficulty in getting a driver's license.
Mary had a little lamb whose fleece was white as snow.
Could you move over a little? "Oh, sorry. I didn't realize I was taking up so much space."
From my point of view, it would be better to wait a little longer.

English word "poco"(little) occurs in sets:

And, or, but, so - Y, o, pero, así que
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