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frivolous
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
frivolous /'frivələs/
  • tính từ
    • phù phiếm, nhẹ dạ, bông lông
    • không đáng kể, nhỏ mọn; vô tích sự
Concise Dictionary
'frɪv(ə)ləs
adj.
+not serious in content or attitude or behavior
Thesaurus Dictionary
adj.
1 trifling, inconsequential, unimportant, trivial, nugatory, insignificant, minor, petty, paltry, niggling, peripheral, superficial, worthless, Colloq small-time, Brit twopenny, two a penny, US two-bit, penny-ante, nitty-gritty:
Don't waste my time with frivolous details.
2 scatterbrained, bird-brained, silly, feather-brained, irresponsible, flippant, casual, flighty, giddy, foolish, childish, puerile; airy, light, slight, Brit airy-fairy, Colloq flip:
Try to be serious and less frivolous about such important matters.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ adjective (disapproving)
1 (of people or their behaviour) silly or amusing, especially when such behaviour is not suitable: frivolous comments / suggestions + Sorry, I was being frivolous.
2 having no useful or serious purpose: frivolous pastimes / pleasures
frivolously adverb


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