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Turkish translation of “trifle”

trifle

noun
 
 
/ˈtraɪfl/
a trifle formal slightly
biraz, azıcık bir dereceye kadar
It does seem a trifle odd.Small in number and quantity
SWEET DISH [C, U] UK a cold, sweet dish that has layers of cake, fruit, custard (= sweet, yellow sauce), and cream
meyveli ve kremalı bir tür tatlı
Puddings, desserts and ices
UNIMPORTANT THING [C] formal something silly or unimportant
önemsiz/değersiz şey, uyduruk şey; ıvır zıvır
Things of little importanceSmall in number and quantity
(Definition of trifle from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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