trivial
[ˈtrɪvɪəl]
adjetivo
1. trivial

trivial [tri-vial]
adjetivo
1. Trivial, vulgar, ordinario, bajo; frívolo (frivolous).

trivial [ˈtrɪvɪəl]
adjective
[+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

trivial
adjective
1. trivial

trivial [tre-ve-ahl’]
adjective
1. Frequented, beaten (carretera, camino).
2. Trivial, vulgar, common, known by all.

trivial
adjetivo
trivial; trite

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