1. (not important) 
a. trivial 
I prefer not to occupy my time with such trivial pursuits.Prefiero no ocupar mi tiempo con actividades tan triviales.
b. banal 
Eileen sometimes catches herself reading trivial articles on social media.A veces Eileen se sorprende a sí misma leyendo artículos banales en las redes sociales.
2. (negligible) 
The difference between your numbers and mine is trivial.La diferencia entre tus resultados y los míos es insignificante.
b. nimio 
Compared to all the work you're doing, buying you lunch is a trivial expense.En comparación con todo el trabajo que están haciendo ustedes, invitarles a almorzar es un gasto nimio.
3. (shallow) 
I had had my fill of the trivial conversation, so I headed back to the bar.Ya me había hartado de tanta charla superficial, así que volví a la barra.
1. (general) 
a. trivial 
trivial [ˈtrɪvɪəl]
[+details, matter] trivial; banal; [+person] frívolo
he can be very trivial sometimes
[+sum] insignificante; nimio
I found it all rather trivial me parecía todo muy trivial
it was a trivial matter, nothing to worry about it was a trivial sum - think nothing of it (NB: this is pretty old-fashioned - not very normal these days) don't bother me with trivial details
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