trivial or insignificantIt was an unimportant job, and paid very little.
In 1949 it was still a small, insignificant city.
She is known for a number of minor roles in films.
Rows would start over petty things.
I don't like to visit the doctor just for something trivial.
It's only made a slight difference.
Training is worthless unless there is proof that it works.
The guests had each paid £250, no trifling sum.
She had no interest in such paltry concerns.
Whether we like him or not is immaterial.
a reminder of how inconsequential their lives were
of no consequence,
nickel-and-dime (US, slang),
of no account,
They wrote for the magazine for fees that were either non-existent or nugatory.
not worth mentioning,
of no moment
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in the sense of immaterial
of no real importance or relevanceWhether we like him or not is immaterial.
in the sense of inconsequential
unimportant or insignificanta reminder of how inconsequential their lives were
in the sense of irrelevant
not connected with the matter in handirrelevant details
Video: pronunciation of 'unimportant'
unimportant 的词库—— 柯林斯 英语词库
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