Translation of "slight" into French

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slight [slaɪt] adjective
slighter / slightest
léger (degree)
I have a slight headache.
J'ai un léger mal de tête.
faible (possibility)

Phrases (7)

  1. slight build - faible carrure
  2. slight increase - légère augmentation
  3. slight incline - faux plat
  4. slight increase in prices - légère hausse des prix
  5. slight infringement - infraction légère
  6. slight sea - mer peu agitée
  7. slight superiority - petit avantage


I have a slight headache. J'ai un léger mal de tête.
I have a slight fever. J'ai un petit peu de fièvre.
I have a slight cold. J'ai un léger rhume.
It's warm enough today to bring out a slight sweat. Il fait assez chaud aujourd'hui pour une petite suée.
I have a slight headache today. Aujourd'hui, j'ai un léger mal de tête.

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