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ADJ-GRADED 不重要的;不严重的；次要的 You use minor when you want to describe something that is less important, serious, or significant than other things in a group or situation.
She is known in Italy for a number of minor roles in films...
Western officials say the problem is minor, and should be quickly overcome.
ADJ-GRADED (疾病)不严重的，轻微的;(手术)小的 A minor illness or operation is not likely to be dangerous to someone's life or health.
Sarah had been plagued continually by a series of minor illnesses...
His mother had to go to the hospital for minor surgery.
ADJ 小音阶的;小调的 In European music, a minor scale is one in which the third note is three semitones higher than the first.
...the unfinished sonata movement in F minor.
N-COUNT 未成年人(在英国和美国多数州指未满18岁的人，在法律上仍然视为儿童) A minor is a person who is still legally a child. In Britain and most states in the United States, people are minors until they reach the age of eighteen.
The approach has virtually ended cigarette sales to minors.
N-COUNT (美国大学学科中的)辅修科目，辅修课程 At a university or college in the United States, a student's minor is a subject that they are studying in addition to their main subject, or major.
N-COUNT (美国大学中的)辅修生 At a university or college in the United States, if a student is, for example, a geology minor, they are studying geology as well as their main subject.
VERB 辅修 If a student at a university or college in the United States minors in a particular subject, they study it in addition to their main subject.
I'm minoring in computer science.