Translation of trifle in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 countable (trivial thing) don't waste your time on triflesyour problem is a mere trifle compared to mineno pierdas el tiempo en nimiedadestu problema no es nada or es una nimiedad comparado con el míoExample sentences1.2 (small amount) (no plural) it only cost a trifle
show a trifle more interest!costó una insignificancia or una bagatelait's a trifle too salty (as adverb)¡a ver si muestras un poquitín or una pizca más de interés!está un poquitín or un pelín salado [colloquial]Example sentences
- It appears that you have finally realized the importance of trifles, but you have not yet learned what to do with them.
- Today's scripted trifles are the most important trivia of his life.
- At times the whole world seems to be in conspiracy to importune you with emphatic trifles.
- It seems 100 million won is a trifle as the value system of money is shaken and the social function of money is faltering in the raging Lotto syndrome.
- The £2.50 or so I try and save is a mere trifle, but I am obsessed by it.
- It cost me but a trifle.
- 2 uncountable and countable (Cookery)(postre de bizcocho, jerez, crema y frutas)Example sentences
- There were cold meats of every kind, huge bowls of mixed salads, large desserts, trifles, jellies tarts and mince pies, and also some very interesting looking hors d' oeuvres.
- Whether it comes as a traditional bowl of fruit and Jersey cream or a rich trifle, vivid ice cream or cool cheesecake, the combination is an unmissable part of the British summer.
- Sherry, brandy, and Marsala add flavour and an alcoholic kick to creamy puddings such as trifle, syllabub, cranachan, brose, tiramisu, zabaglione, and egg nog.
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