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inconsequentialadjective

uk   /ɪnˌkɒn.sɪˈkwen.ʃəl/ us   /ɪnˌkɑːn.sɪˈkwen.ʃəl/
(Definition of inconsequential from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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inconsequentialadjective

us   /ɪnˌkɑn·sɪˈkwen·ʃəl/
not important; able to be ignored: Changes in the stock market were pretty inconsequential during the past week.
(Definition of inconsequential from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “inconsequential”
in Chinese (Simplified) 不重要的,微不足道的…
in Turkish önemsiz, ehemmiyetsiz…
in Russian не имеющий значения…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不重要的,微不足道的…
in Polish nieistotny…
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