English translation of 'insignificante'
un particolare insignificante
an insignificant detail
'insignificante' in Other Languages
British English: trivial /ˈtrɪvɪəl/ ADJECTIVE
If you describe something as trivial, you think that it is unimportant and not serious.
- American English: trivial
- Arabic: تَافِه
- Brazilian Portuguese: trivial
- Chinese: 微不足道的
- Croatian: trivijalan
- Czech: triviální
- Danish: triviel
- Dutch: triviaal
- European Spanish: trivial
- Finnish: vähäpätöinen
- French: trivial
- German: trivial
- Greek: τετριμμένος
- Italian: insignificante
- Japanese: 些細な
- Korean: 사소한
- Norwegian: triviell
- Polish: błahy
- European Portuguese: trivial
- Romanian: banal
- Russian: тривиальный
- Spanish: trivial
- Swedish: trivial
- Thai: ไม่สำคัญ
- Turkish: önemsiz
- Ukrainian: незначний
- Vietnamese: ít quan trọng
British English: insignificant ADJECTIVE
Something that is insignificant is unimportant, especially because it is very small.
Back then this was a small, insignificant city.
British English: negligible ADJECTIVE
An amount or effect that is negligible is so small that it is not worth considering or worrying about.
The pay that the soldiers received was negligible.
British English: petty ADJECTIVE
You can use petty to describe things such as problems, rules, or arguments which you think are unimportant or relate to unimportant things.
He was miserable all the time and rows would start over petty things.
Translation of insignificante from the Collins Italian to English Dictionary