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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.
Translations of “frivolous”
in French frivole…
in German leichtsinnig…
in Chinese (Traditional) 愚蠢輕浮的,不嚴肅的, 無聊的, 不重要的…
in Russian легкомысленный…
in Turkish uçarı, ciddiyetsiz…
in Chinese (Simplified) 愚蠢轻浮的,不严肃的, 无聊的, 不重要的…
in Polish niepoważny…
(Definition of frivolous from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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