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    small eater?

    Is the opposite of "big eater" a "small eater"? Does it make sense if I say
    "I am a small eater"?

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    Re: small eater?

    Quote Originally Posted by loveydovey View Post
    Is the opposite of "big eater" a "small eater"? Does it make sense if I say
    "I am a small eater"?
    It's certainly something you could say, and be understood.

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    Re: small eater?

    People do use it, though I think it is used for young children more.

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