Hindi translation of 'negligible'
negligible /ˈneɡlɪdʒɪbəl ˈनेग्लिजिबल्/
Something that is negligible is so small or unimportant that it is not worth considering.
The risks are negligible.
a negligible impact/effect/contribution
a negligible amount/level/risk/cost
OPPOSITESsignificantIn everyday English, you often say that an amount or an effect is small or slight.In more formal writing, you can describe a very small amount or effect as marginal or minimal. Both adjectives can be used with a positive or a negative meaning, depending on the context.
You use negligible to say that something is so small that it is not worth considering.
The audit found only marginal improvements in services.
Necessary work was completed causing minimal disruption.
You use trivial or insignificant to say that something is so small and unimportant that it is not worth serious attention. Trivial especially expresses disapproval.
The radioactive iodine decays to negligible levels within a year.
unwarranted requests for reports on insignificant matters
Fierce debates erupt over the most trivial issues.
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Example Sentences Including 'negligible'
He quite obviously regarded the risk of arrest and prosecution as negligible.SPIX'S MACAW: The Race to Save the World's Rarest Bird (2002)
I pointed out that my knowledge of the camp's background, workings and official goals was less than negligible.C B Greenfield - A Little Madness
Secondly, that the chances of tripping him into an indiscretion, much less bluffing him into any form of admission, were negligible.Riot
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Translation of negligible from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary