Minion (MIN-yun)


(Noun) 1. a servile dependent, follower, or underling

2. one highly favored : idol

3. a subordinate or petty official

In Context

“Smartphones make it easier for managers to change their minds at the last moment: for example, to e-mail a minion at 11pm to tell him he must fly to Pittsburgh tomorrow.”

The Economist, 10 Mar. 2012