- 细 [xì]
- （细微; 细小）minute; trifling:
have an elaborate division of labour; 分工很细
all matters, big and small; 事无巨细
She has long thin shanks.
She strung the beads with a fine nylon.
The birch has smooth bark and slender branches.
The film has been minutely dissected by the critics.
I minced the lean meat finely before making dumplings.
It was hard to understand all the minute gradations of their bureaucracy.
I had remembered in minute detail everything that had happened.