Translation of frivolous in Spanish:

frivolous

Pronunciation: /ˈfrɪvələs/

adj

  • [person/conduct/remark] frívolo; [detail/problem] nimio
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    • Don't judges have the power to throw out frivolous lawsuits and even fine the lawyers and the litigants?
    • Then, if the lawsuit is frivolous, why should it produce grave consequences for Germany?
    • Drug companies claim the union and consumer plan would encourage frivolous lawsuits.
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    • Sometimes we repress our good humour, because we are afraid that others will think we are frivolous or foolish.
    • She believed in him and she was not a frivolous person, so her opinion counted.
    • When philosophers take liberties with language to make their distinctive points they are not frivolous.

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