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Spanish translation of “frivolous”

frivolous

adjective /ˈfrivələs/
not serious; playful
frívolo
He wasted his time on frivolous pleasures.
frivolously adverb
frívolamente
frivolousness noun
frivolidad
frivolity /-ˈvo-/ noun (plural frivolities) frivolousness
frivolidad
The frivolity of his behaviour/behavior.
a frivolous action or thought
frivolidad
I have no time for frivolities.
(Definition of frivolous from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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