1 instant, second, split second, flash, moment, before you can say 'Jack Robinson', blink or wink or twinkling of an eye, coup d'oeil, trice, Colloq one sec, two secs, bat of an eye, shake, jiffy, tick, Brit half a mo, two shakes (of a lamb's tail):
I'll be with you in a minute.
2 minutes. log, record, journal, transcript, notes, summary, résumé, proceedings, transactions, memorandum:
Have you the minutes of the last meeting?
3 up to the minute. latest, newest, modern, up to date, trendy, fashionable, smart, all the rage, in vogue, stylish, in style, in fashion, à la mode, Colloq in, with it, hep or hip, hot, cool, US now:
She always wears the most up-to-the-minute clothes.
4 record, transcribe, take down, write down, note, make (a) note of, document, log:
We need someone to minute the meeting.
1 small, little, tiny, tiniest, minuscule, miniature, wee, infinitesimal, microscopic, micro, diminutive, mini, baby, pint-sized, bantam, Lilliputian, Colloq teeny, teensy(-weensy), itty-bitty, itsy-bitsy:
The minute furniture in the doll's house was made entirely by hand
2 unimportant, petty, insignificant, least, slight, mere, meagre, trifling, trivial, minor, small, little, Colloq piddling, US picayune:
The painting was a perfect copy, down to the minutest detail.