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poca guerra


Not saying this is wrong, but I would say that it depends on the context.

If you say "There is little war between the countries", "little" describing the amount of war, I'd say "Hay poca guerra entre los paises".

But if you meant "little war" as in the size of the war, I'd say "(la) guerra pequeña".

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Guerrita is the diminutive of "guerra". A small war would be "guerra pequeña". You could also mean "a small amount of war", which would be "poco guerra".

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