skosh
noun Etymology: Japanese sukoshi Date: 1952 a small amount ; bit, smidgen — used adverbially with a <
just a skosh bit shook — Josiah Bunting
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  • skosh — ˈskōsh noun ( es) Etymology: Japanese sukoshi : a small amount : bit III,3c : smidgen usually used adverbially with a just a skosh bit shook Josiah Bunting …   Useful english dictionary

  • skosh — a little bit, Korean War armed forces slang, from Japanese sukoshi few, little, some …   Etymology dictionary

  • skosh — mod. a bit more. □ I need a skosh more room. □ Move down a skosh so I can sit down …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • skosh — /skohsh/, n. Slang. a bit; a jot: We need just a skosh more room. [ < Japn sukoshi a little (bit)] * * * …   Universalium

  • skosh — noun A tiny amount; a little bit; tad; smidgen; jot. He added just a skosh of vinegar, to give the recipe some zip …   Wiktionary

  • skosh — a small amount. I ll just have a skosh of pasta …   Dictionary of american slang

  • skosh — a small amount. I ll just have a skosh of pasta …   Dictionary of american slang

  • skosh — [[t]skoʊʃ[/t]] n. cvb sl. a bit; jot: We need just a skosh more room.[/ex] • Etymology: 1955–60, amer.; < Japn sukoshi a little (bit) …   From formal English to slang

  • skosh — n. (USA Slang) jot, a little bit, small amount …   English contemporary dictionary

  • skosh — [skəʊʃ] noun US informal a small amount; a little. Origin 1950s: from Japanese sukoshi …   English new terms dictionary

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