1pizca femininewould you like more cake? — just a smidgen — ¿quieres más pastel? — un pedacito / un trocito / una pizca
- Anybody with a smidgin of web sense will instantly spot that as an urban legend.
- Jake White's Springboks played almost as well as the Australians really, lacking only a smidgeon of dash in the final 15-20 minutes.
- She used the curvature of the chip to hold a smidgen of salsa.
- Give people exactly what they remember a genre is all about, add a smidgeon of irony/contemporary cultural reference to taste, count the money.
- Though made from an odd array of ingredients including a smidgen of potato flour, they did taste vaguely like French fries.