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trifling
'traɪflɪŋ
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Not worth considering.
(名) As a noun
  1. The deliberate act of delaying and playing instead of working.
Hyphenationtri•fling
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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些许xiēxǔa few; a little; a bit
不足道bùzú dàoinconsiderable; of no consequence; not worth mentioning
不足取bùzú qǔpaltriness
琐碎suǒsuìtrifling; trivial; tedious; inconsequential
区区qūqūinsignificant; trifling; merely
suǒfragmentary; trifling
suǒfragmentary; trifling
轻于鸿毛qīngyú hóngmáolight as a goose feather (idiom); trifling; unimportant
yóulight carriage; trifling
rónga decorative fine blanket on the top of a saddle, petty; trifling
xièbits; fragments; crumbs; filings; trifling; trivial; to condescend to
thin or slender; finely particulate; thin and soft; fine; delicate; trifling; (of a sound) quiet; frugal
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