It was only a wee thing, of no interest to anyone but me.
Advanced English Dictionary
adjective, noun, verb +adjective (informal) 1 (especially ScotE) very small in size: a wee girl 2 small in amount; little: Just a wee drop of milk for me. + I felt a wee bit guilty about it. Idioms: the wee small hours (ScotE) (AmE the wee hours) = the small / early hours at HOUR +noun (also wee-wee) (spoken, especially BrE) (often used by young children or when you are talking to them) 1[sing.] an act of passing liquid waste (called URINE) from your body: to do / have a wee 2[U] = URINE +verb[V] (also wee-wee) (informal, especially BrE) (often used by young children or when you are talking to them) to pass liquid waste (called URINE) from the body: Do you need to wee?
Collocation Dictionary noun
VERB + WEE
do, have, take | be bursting for, need, want
Mummy, I need a wee.
| go for
I'm going for a wee.
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