|maigre englanniksi||meager fr, meagre fr, thin fr, gaunt fr, scanty fr, skinny fr, lean fr|
: A meager piece of cake in one bite.
*: Among more valuable species some of them are worth mentioning, especially littoral forms as: meagres and other croakers (Sciaenidae), grunters (Pomadasyidae), threadfins (Polynemidae), groupers (Serranidae), snappers (Lutjanidae)....
*: It is striking that these represent meagres (Argyrosomus regius), a species never mentioned in classical texts.
*: Meagres (Argyrosomus regius, 230 cm, 103 kg) have been raised mainly in Spain, France and Italy.
: Nothing will grow in this meagre soil.
: He was given meagre piece of cake that he swallowed in one bite.
*: ...meagre were his looks; / Sharp misery had worn him to the bones:
*: His education had been but meagre.
*: I am meagred to a skeleton; my nose is broiled to flaming heat, and I am suffering the greatest inconvenience from the loss of my baggage which I fear the enemy have taken with my servant at Konigsberg.
: thin plate of metal
: thin paper
: thin board
: thin covering
: thin wire
: thin string
: thin person
: The trees of a forest are thin; the corn or grass is thin.
*: Ferrara is very large, but extremely thin of people.
*: thin, hollow sounds, and lamentable screams
: a thin disguise
: chocolate mint thins
: potato thins
: seed sown thin
*: Spain is thin sown of people.
*: In illustrating a point of difficulty, be not too scanty of words.
: Her recent weight loss has made her look rather skinny than slender
: She called to get the skinny on the latest goings-on in the club.
: "After his previous escapades, Mary had scant reason to believe John."
: a scant allowance of provisions or water; a scant pattern of cloth for a garment
*: His sermon was scant, in all, a quarter of an hour.
*: Be somewhat scanter of your maiden presence.
: to scant someone in provisions; to scant ourselves in the use of necessaries
*: Scant not my cups.
*: where man hath a great living laid together and where he is scanted
*: I am scanted in the pleasure of dwelling on your actions.
: The wind scants.
*: So weak that he was scant able to go down the stairs.
: rfquotek|Francis Bacon
: ux|en|a leaning column
: ux|en|She leaned out of the window.
: ux|en|Im leaning towards voting Conservative in the next election.
*: They delight rather to lean to their old customs.
*: He leaned not on his fathers but himself.
*: His fainting limbs against an oak he leant.
: a lean budget; a lean harvest
: A lean ore hardly worth mining.
: Running on too lean a fuel-air mixture will cause, among other problems, your internal combustion engine to heat up too much.
: lean copy, matter, or type