Translation of insignificant in Spanish:

insignificant

Pronunciation: /ˌɪnsɪgˈnɪfɪkənt/

adj

  • [person/amount] insignificante; [detail] nimio, insignificante, sin importancia it's insignificant who gave the instructions no importa or no tiene ninguna importancia quién haya dado las instrucciones
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    • Don't think that local elections are measly, insignificant, and not worth your time.
    • Again she was frustrated as the money was insignificant compared to her so-called husband's supposed worth.
    • Watercraft skills are a necessity but any swim, no matter how small or insignificant, is worth a try, even if only for a couple of minutes or a single trot.
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    • I really did think their influence had waned to a point where they were as insignificant as they deserved to be.
    • Why should those people give them respect and they are insignificant, you know, in their number and in their impact, you know, to the community.
    • Because you are insignificant, the emperor in your heart can only be the dictator of one person, and that person is yourself.

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