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triteadjective

uk   us   /traɪt/ disapproving
expressed too often to be interesting or seem sincere: His lyrics about love and peace are too trite for me to take them seriously. I know it will sound trite, but I've loved being part of this club.
tritely
adverb uk   us   /ˈtraɪt.li/
triteness
noun [U] uk   us   /ˈtraɪt.nəs/
Translations of “trite”
in Vietnamese cũ rích, nhàm chán…
in Spanish banal…
in Thai ซ้ำ ๆ ซาก ๆ…
in Malaysian basi, lapuk…
in French banal…
in German abgedroschen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 陳腐的, 老一套的…
in Indonesian berulang-ulang…
in Russian избитый, банальный…
in Turkish bayat, eskimiş, özgün olmayan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 陈腐的, 老一套的…
in Polish wyświechtany, oklepany…
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