French translation of 'trivia'
(= unimportant facts or details) futilités fpl
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Example Sentences Including 'trivia'
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Ambitious and work driven, her mind had never dwelt on the trivia that goes with being female.SEA MUSIC (2003)
The woman annoyed her, with her perpetual questions about trivia, and her unspoken assumption that somehow Todd belonged to her.COLDHEART CANYON (2003)
She knew, despite his matter-of-factness, that the domestic trivia irked him.PRETTY MAIDS ALL IN A ROW (2003)
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'trivia' in Other Languages
British English: trivia NOUN
Trivia is unimportant facts or details that are considered to be amusing rather than serious or useful.
The two men chatted about such trivia as their favourite kinds of fast food.
Translation of trivia from the Collins English to French Dictionary
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