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Noun
The small, precise, or trivial details of something
Noun
Worthless or insubstantial talk, ideas, or activities
Noun
Someone or something of relatively little consequence, importance, or value
Noun
Attractive articles of little value or use
“It was a cheap trifle, made not of silver, but tin, with no ornamenting jewels.”
Noun
Matters considered trivial or insignificant
“It is true that this production is a literary trifle, but it is not altogether a useless trifle.”
Noun
Plural for a small amount of something
“I'm getting just a trifle too old for such frantic scramblings as this morning's little fray.”
Noun
Plural for a ridiculously small amount
“The fine imposed is but a trifle compared to his immense wealth.”
Noun
Plural for the quality of being negligible
Noun
Plural for senseless talk or writing
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Noun
Plural for a small or trivial annoyance
Noun
Plural for something that is given as charity, especially a sum of money
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Plural for a state or quantity that has no value or significance, below absolute absence or unreality
Verb
To treat without seriousness or respect
“This is too serious a matter to trifle with, and it's too heartfelt an issue.”
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To behave or spend time in a frivolous way
“His antipathy to legal studies led him to trifle away in the most gentlemanly and unsatisfactory manner.”
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To waste something frivolously
“It concerns every man, who will not trifle away his soul, and fool himself into irrecoverable misery.”
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To act flirtatiously
“Christopher countered by saying he was hardly going to trifle with his best friend's sister, and he was certainly not some rake who would play her false.”
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To interfere with (something) in order to cause damage or make unauthorized alterations
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To flirt, especially in a manner that is unfaithful to one's significant other
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To spend one's time in an aimless, idle way
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To move or act at a slow speed
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To deceive or fool someone
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To talk much and to little purpose
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