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Translation of "petty" - English-Spanish dictionary

petty

adjective   /ˈpet·i/ ( comparative pettier, superlative pettiest)
unimportant or not serious nimio, mezquino petty details petty crime
complaining too much about unimportant things nimio, mezquino You can be so petty sometimes!
(Definition of petty from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

petty

adjective /ˈpeti/
of very little importance; trivial insignificante, nimio, de poca monta petty details.
deliberately nasty for a foolish or trivial reason mezquino petty behaviour.
pettily adverb
mezquinamente
pettiness noun
mezquindaz, pobreza de espíritu
petty cash noun
money used for small, everyday expenses in an office etc. dinero para gastos menores, caja chica
(Definition of petty from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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