Translation of trivial in Spanish:

trivial

Pronunciation: /ˈtrɪviəl/

adj

  • 1.1 (ordinary, unimportant) [events/concerns] trivial, banal; [sum/details] insignificante, nimio
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    • Even if the case is of very little importance, involving trivial loss, seeking truth from facts shall always be the norm for action.
    • There are several lessons to be learned from this incident, some trivial, some quite important.
    • And the pressure to conform to all these trivial values is absolutely enormous.
    1.2 (shallow) [person/mind] frívolo, superficial
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    • A few hecklers managed to get in during this period but they were quite trivial.
    • Mary is an amiable, conventional, and trivial young woman who gets married.
    • Sometimes he presents her as a vain and trivial woman, sometimes as merely ignorant and fearful.

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