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Meaning of “insignificant” - Learner’s Dictionary

insignificant

adjective     /ˌɪnsɪɡˈnɪfɪkənt/
not important or large enough to consider or worry about: insignificant differencesOf little or less importance
insignificance     /ˌɪnsɪɡˈnɪfɪkəns/ noun [U] insignificantly adverb
Translations of “insignificant”
in Arabic تافِه…
in Korean 사소한…
in Malaysian nilai yang kecil…
in French insignifiant…
in Turkish önemsiz, değersiz, dikkate değmez…
in Italian insignificante…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不重要的,無足輕重的…
in Russian незначительный…
in Polish nieistotny, nieznaczny…
in Vietnamese không quan trọng…
in Spanish insignificante…
in Portuguese insignificante…
in Thai ไม่สำคัญ…
in German unbedeutend…
in Catalan insignificant…
in Japanese 取るに足らない…
in Indonesian sepele, tidak berarti…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不重要的,无足轻重的…
(Definition of insignificant from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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