Definition of smallish in English:

smallish

adjective

  • Fairly small.

    ‘a smallish town’
    ‘a smallish crowd’
    • ‘A smallish cluster would run the engine on two servers.’
    • ‘Presented on a smallish vertical canvas, the majestic liner recalls the vanished glamour of ocean voyages.’
    • ‘The interior is near-perfect, with a high-mounted, smallish dashboard—no vast expanses of plastic here.’
    • ‘Having just escaped from smallish Midwestern college communities, they weren't interested in launching their careers somewhere even smaller.’
    • ‘Over €40,000 is enough to be spending on something that, at the end of the day, is a smallish saloon.’
    • ‘I teach at a smallish college in St. Paul, Minnesota.’
    • ‘Ten thousand dollars is well within the budget of a smallish software development company.’
    • ‘Below the hard-drive activity light is a smallish reset button.’
    • ‘Some friends of mine bought a villa in a smallish seaside resort on the southern coast of Spain.’
    • ‘Sometimes he would build smallish touches of paint into images of wide, ribbony brushstrokes.’

Pronunciation

smallish

/ˈsmɔːlɪʃ/