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trivianoun [plural]

uk   us   /ˈtrɪv.i.ə/
details or information that are not important: She has an encyclopedic knowledge of pop trivia. I'm fascinated by the trivia of everyday life.
Translations of “trivia”
in Vietnamese chuyện vặt…
in Spanish trivialidades…
in Thai เรื่องเล็ก ๆ น้อย ๆ…
in Malaysian perkara yg remeh-temeh…
in French broutilles…
in German die Bagatellen(pl.)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 瑣事, 細枝末節…
in Indonesian hal sepele…
in Russian мелочи, пустяки…
in Turkish önemsiz/basit şeyler…
in Chinese (Simplified) 琐事, 细枝末节…
in Polish błahostki, drobiazgi…
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