think little of

think little of
think that something or someone is not important or valuable

She is not very happy and seems to think little of the people that she is working with.


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  • think little — ● think …   Useful english dictionary

  • think little of — index disparage, disregard, minimize Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • think little of — ► think nothing (or little) of consider (an activity others regard as odd, wrong, or difficult) as straightforward or normal. Main Entry: ↑think …   English terms dictionary

  • think little of — think badly of , have a bad opinion of …   English contemporary dictionary

  • think little or nothing of — idi think little or nothing of, to regard as insignificant …   From formal English to slang

  • think little of — {v. phr.} Think that (something or someone) is not important or valuable. * /John thought little of Ted s plan for the party./ * /Joan thought little of walking two miles to school./ Contrast: THINK A GREAT DEAL OF …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • think little of — {v. phr.} Think that (something or someone) is not important or valuable. * /John thought little of Ted s plan for the party./ * /Joan thought little of walking two miles to school./ Contrast: THINK A GREAT DEAL OF …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • think\ little\ of — v. phr. think that (something or someone) is not important or valuable. John thought little of Ted s plan for the party. Joan thought little of walking two miles to school. Contrast: think a great deal of …   Словарь американских идиом

  • think — think1 [thiŋk] vt. thought, thinking [< ME thenchen, to think, confused with thinchen, to seem < OE thencan < PGmc * thankjan, to think: for IE base see THANK] 1. to form or have in the mind; conceive [thinking good thoughts] 2. to hold… …   English World dictionary

  • think\ a\ great\ deal\ of — • think a great deal of • think a lot of • think much of v. phr. To consider to be very worthy, valuable, or important; to esteem highly. Mary thinks a great deal of Tim. The teacher thought a lot of Joe s project. the phrase think much of is… …   Словарь американских идиом

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