- n. 少量；一点点；一小份
a small or moderate or token amount;
"England still expects a modicum of eccentricity in its artists"
- They should win, given a modicum of luck.
- There's not even a modicum of truth in her statement.
With the cup of coffee comes a small modicum of dry toast.出自： A. Trollope
Slinger, of course, has a modicum of native wit.出自： L. Cody
Fleming..caused more than a modicum of unrest in the Mariners defence whenever he charged forward.出自：Evening Telegraph (Grimsby)