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the minutiae

plural noun     /mɪˈnuː.ʃi.aɪ/
small and often not important details 細枝末節;瑣事,小事 The committee studied the minutiae of the report for hours. 委員會花了數小時研究報告的具體細節。 Comedy is so often based on the minutiae of everyday life. 喜劇常常取材於日常生活中的瑣事。 Information and messages
Translations of “the minutiae”
in Chinese (Simplified) 细枝末节, 琐事,小事…
(Definition of the minutiae from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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