minutest


minutest
min·ute || 'mɪnɪt n. unit of time equal to 60 seconds, 1/60 of an hour; moment, unspecified short amount of time; memo, protocol, memorandum v. record the proceedings of a meeting; make a memorandum adj. tiny, extremely small; trivial, petty; specific; accurate, precise adj. of a minute or minutes; occurring in a minute; instant

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