Synonyms of minor in English:

minor


See US English definition of minor

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See Spanish definition of menor

adjective

1‘minor structural alterations’

SYNONYMS
slight, small
unimportant, insignificant, inconsequential, inconsiderable, of little account, peripheral, subsidiary, negligible, trivial, trifling, paltry, petty, footling
North American nickel-and-dime
informal piffling, piddling
ANTONYMS

major

2‘a minor poet’

SYNONYMS
little known, unknown, lesser
unimportant, insignificant, obscure, lightweight, subordinate
North American minor-league
informal small-time, penny-ante
North American informal two-bit, picayune, bush-league
ANTONYMS

important, considerable

3‘Smith minor’

SYNONYMS
junior, younger

noun

1‘the heir to the throne being a minor, there would have to be a regency’

SYNONYMS
child, infant, youth
adolescent, teenager, boy, girl, lad, lass, schoolboy, schoolgirl
informal kid, kiddie
ANTONYMS

adult