French translation of 'insignificance'
insignifiance f see also pale
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Example Sentences Including 'insignificance'
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The many problems we face in life pale into insignificance, compared to what he had to endure.The Sun (2014)
The risks of eating too much fat or salt (which are very different) pale into insignificance compared with the harm done by sugar.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
But all that pales into insignificance alongside the 2million forked out by chief constables so that coppers can listen to the radio.The Sun (2013)
My salary pales into insignificance compared to the bankers.The Sun (2016)
Regulation is important, but the environmental problems of gas pale into insignificance when compared with the coal it would replace.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
But these great men (and women) pale into insignificance next to him.Christianity Today (2000)
But their contribution pales into insignificance compared to that of the plants.Eating the Sun: How Plants Power the Planet (2007)
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British English: insignificance NOUN
Insignificance is the quality of being insignificant.
The cost pales into insignificance when compared with the damage done to his reputation.
Translation of insignificance from the Collins English to French Dictionary