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trivial
'triːviːəl
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Small and of little importance.
  2. Concerned with trivialities.
  3. Of little substance or significance.
Hyphenationtriv•i•al
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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琐细suǒxìtrivial
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轻微qīngwēislight; light; trivial; to a small extent
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芝麻绿豆zhīma lǜdòutrivial; minute (size)
鸡毛jīmáochicken feather; trivial
琐碎suǒsuìtrifling; trivial; tedious; inconsequential
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bàibarnyard millet (Echinochloa crus-galli); Panicum crus-galli; (literary) insignificant; trivial
xièbits; fragments; crumbs; filings; trifling; trivial; to condescend to
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