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trifle
'traɪfəl
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. Something of small importance.
  2. A detail that is considered insignificant.
  3. A cold pudding made of layers of sponge cake spread with fruit or jelly; may be decorated with nuts, cream, or chocolate.
(动) As a verb
  1. Consider not very seriously.
  2. Act frivolously.
  3. Waste time; spend one's time idly or inefficiently.
Hyphenationtri•fle
Part of Speech(名) noun, (不及物的动) intransitive verb
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小事xiǎoshìtrifle; trivial matter
琐事suǒshìtrifle
少量shǎoliànga smidgen; a little bit; a few
些许xiēxǔa few; a little; a bit
玩弄wánnòngto play with; to toy with; to dally with; to engage in; to resort to
轻视qīngshìcontempt; contemptuous; to despise; to scorn; scornful
嘲笑cháoxiàoto jeer at; to deride; to ridicule; mockery; derision
浪费làngfèito waste; to squander
玩狎wánxiáto trifle; to dally with; to treat casually; to jest
区区小事qūqū xiǎoshìtrivial matter; trifle
破事pòshìtrivial matter; trifle; annoying thing
芝麻小事zhīma xiǎoshìtrivial matter; trifle
小儿科xiǎo'ér kēpediatrics; pediatric (department); something of little importance; trifle; a child's play; (slang) childish; petty; stingy
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