= tad ; weeny ; weensy ; teensy ; teensy-weensy ; teeny ; teeny-tiny ; teeny-weeny ; itty-bitty ; itsy-bitsy ; tinsy ; dab. Nota: Generalmente algo húmedo, líquido o semilíquido. Ex: Williams is one of those rare poets who satisfies the yearning that many of us have for the memorable phrase we wish we had said were our perceptions a tad keener. Ex: The dish consists of potatoes, carrots, courgette, onion, garlic cloves, asparagus all thrown together and roasted with a weeny drizzle of olive oil. Ex: I may have gone just a weensy overboard on the whole thing, but couldn't resist as that was one of my pet projects. Ex: There's just one little teensy drawback, we can't afford it!. Ex: Nancy saw his teensy-weensy weiner and has been laughing ever since. Ex: On a teeny little farm, in an itty-bitty coop, a very small hen laid a big, giant egg and out of this egg came one big, humongous rooster. Ex: Once upon a time there was a teeny-tiny woman who lived in a teeny-tiny house in a teeny-tiny village. Ex: The only chocolate I love is the teeny-weeny chocolate bits in chocolate chip ice cream. Ex: On a teeny little farm, in an itty-bitty coop, a very small hen laid a big, giant egg and out of this egg came one big, humongous rooster. Ex: I was an itsy-bitsy disappointed at the ending initially, but the movie stuck with me for weeks after. Ex: Now I feel just a tinsy bit bad for thinking all those mean thoughts about Quinn. Ex: Another method is to apply a dab of ketchup on a soft cloth and rub over tarnished spots. ---- * poner un poquito de picante = pep up. * poquito a poco = little by little ; in dribs and drabs. * poquito a poquito = little by little. * un poquito = a wee bit. * un poquito de = a dash of ; a tiny bit of ; a splash of ; a hint of ; a twist of. * un poquito de mantequilla = a knob of butter.