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little brother | little sister

This page is about the collocation little brother | little sister

collocation pattern: adjective + noun

Meaning

younger brother, younger sister

For example

  • Ivan's little sister is three years younger than he is.

  • I have to stay home and look after my little brother tonight.

Note:
Collocations with the opposite meaning are "big brother" and "big sister"

Quick Quiz

Your little sisters aren't

a. as big as you

b. as old as you

c. as young as you

Contributor: Matt Errey