trifler

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} havai tip
ciddiyetsiz kimse
{i} avare kimse
{i} işini ciddiye almayan kimse
trifle
{f} önemsememek
trifle
{i} önemsiz şey

Önemsiz şeyler hakkında onunla tartışmayacak kadar akıllıyım. - I know better than to quarrel with her about trifles.

Önemsiz şeyler üzerinde birbirleriyle ağız dalaşına girdiler. - They fell out with each other over trifles.

trifle
çarçur etmek
trifle
pandispanya
trifle
meyveli tatlı
trifle
harcamak
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dalga geçmek
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ıvır zıvır

Böyle ıvır zıvır için bu kadar çok para ödemek cinayettir. - It is criminal to pay so much money for such trifles.

Hayatı mutlu etmek için gündelik ıvır zıvırı sevmelisin. - In order to make life happy, you must love the everyday trifles.

trifle
oynamak
trifle
{f} dalga geç

Tom, onunla dalga geçilecek biri değil. - Tom is not to be trifled with.

trifle
{i} önemsiz

Önemsiz şeyler üzerinde birbirleriyle ağız dalaşına girdiler. - They fell out with each other over trifles.

Önemsiz şeylerle vakit harcama. - Don't waste time on trifles.

trifle
bir tür jöle
trifle
{i} ucuz süs
trifle
{i} pandispanyalı tatlı
trifle
{i} az miktar
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şaka yapmak
trifle
{f} üşengeçlik etmek
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{f} oyalanmak
trifle
kalay ve kurşun alaşımı
trifle
{i} değersiz şey
trifle
{i} İng. pandispanya, kremşantiyi ve meyve ile yapılan bir tatlı
trifle
{i} ucuz ve adi süs eşyası
trifle
pandispanya ve meyvalardan yapılan bir çeşit tatlı
trifle
{f} boş konuşmak
trifle
cüzi şey
trifle
trifle with önem
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oyalamak
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{f} hafife almak
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boş şeyler konuşmak
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boşuna harcamak
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{i} küçük şey

Küçük şeylerle onu rahatsız etmeyin. - Don't trouble him with trifles.

Küçük şeyler hakkında yaygara koparmayın. - Don't make a fuss about trifles.

İngilizce - İngilizce
a pewterer, who produced small pewter utensils, like saltcellars
{n} one who acts or talks foolishly, an idler
One who trifles
one who behaves lightly or not seriously
{i} one who trifles, player, one who amuses himself
trifle
A detail or thing of little importance or worth
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To squander or waste
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An English dessert made from a mixture of thick custard, fruit, sponge cake, jelly and whipped cream
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See a trifle
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To act, speak, or otherwise behave with jest
trifle
{v} to act or spend foolishly, idle, mock
trifle
{n} a thing of little moment or value
A trifler
fribble
trifle
consider not very seriously; "He is trifling with her"; "She plays with the thought of moving to Tasmania"
trifle
To inconsequentially toy with something
trifle
act frivolously
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utensils made from this particular kind of pewter
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with syllabub poured over it
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Trifle is a cold dessert made of layers of sponge cake, jelly, fruit, and custard, and usually covered with cream. trifle with / to treat someone or something without respect or not in a serious way
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To make of no importance; to treat as a trifle
trifle
{i} matter or object of small value or importance; small amount of something; artistic work of no lasting significance; type of pewter; dessert made from sponge cake layered with whipped cream and fruit
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To deal with something as if it were of little importance or worth
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waste time; spend one's time idly or inefficiently
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A trifle is something that is considered to have little importance, value, or significance. He had no money to spare on trifles
trifle
To act or talk without seriousness, gravity, weight, or dignity; to act or talk with levity; to indulge in light or trivial amusements
trifle
jam-spread sponge cake soaked in wine served with custard sauce
trifle
A particular kind of pewter
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A dish composed of sweetmeats, fruits, cake, wine, etc
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vagueness You can use a trifle to mean slightly or to a small extent, especially in order make something you say seem less extreme. As a photographer, he'd found both locations just a trifle disappointing
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{f} amuse oneself, toy, play, waste time, idle, make sport of
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(TRI-fuhl) - It is a cake well soaked with sherry and served with boiled custard poured over it The English call this cake a Tipsy Cake or Pudding and Tipsy Hedgehog The word "trifle" comes from the Old French "trufle," and literally means something whimsical or of little consequence
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A dessert made sponge cake drenched in sherry, topped with custard, fruit, and whipped cream
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To spend in vanity; to fritter away; to waste; as, to trifle away money
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An insignificant amount
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British traditional dessert of custard, sponge cake, jelly, fruit and sherry
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a detail that is considered insignificant
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A thing of very little value or importance; a paltry, or trivial, affair
trifle
something of small importance
triflers
plural of trifler
trifler