TRIV

TRIV
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  • triv´i|al|ly — triv|i|al «TRIHV ee uhl», adjective. 1. not important; trifling; insignificant: »Your composition has only a few trivial mistakes. SYNONYM(S): paltry, slight, small, unimportant, inconsequential. 2. of or having to do with the trivium: »the… …   Useful english dictionary

  • triv|i|al — «TRIHV ee uhl», adjective. 1. not important; trifling; insignificant: »Your composition has only a few trivial mistakes. SYNONYM(S): paltry, slight, small, unimportant, inconsequential. 2. of or having to do with the trivium: »the trivial arts. 3 …   Useful english dictionary

  • triv|i|al|i|ty — «TRIHV ee AL uh tee», noun, plural ties. 1. trivial quality. SYNONYM(S): unimportance, insignificance. 2. a trivial thing, remark, or affair; trifle: »completely engulfed in the trivialities of suburban life (H. G. Wells) …   Useful english dictionary

  • triv|i|a — «TRIHV ee uh», noun (plural). 1. things of little or no importance; trifles; trivialities. 2. plural of trivium ╂[< New Latin trivia, neuter plural of Latin trivium crossways; influenced by English …   Useful english dictionary

  • triv|i|um — «TRIHV ee uhm», noun, plural i|a. grammar, rhetoric, and logic, the first three of the seven liberal arts in ancient Rome and in the Middle Ages. The other four, the quadrivium, were arithmetic, music, geometry, and astronomy. ╂[< Medieval… …   Useful english dictionary

  • triv·et — /ˈtrıvət/ noun, pl ets [count] : a short metal stand used for holding a hot dish …   Useful english dictionary

  • triv — con·triv·able; con·triv·ance; con·triv·an·cy; con·triv·er; de·triv·o·rous; triv·i·al·i·ty; triv·i·al·iza·tion; triv·i·al·ize; triv·i·al·ly; triv·i·al·ness; triv·i·um; triv·vet; triv·i·al·ist; triv·et; triv·ia; triv·i·al; con·triv·ed·ly; …   English syllables

  • triv — /trɪv/ (say triv) noun Colloquial a trivia game, or an occasion when trivia games are played, as a trivia night …  

  • triv´i|al|ness — triv|i|al «TRIHV ee uhl», adjective. 1. not important; trifling; insignificant: »Your composition has only a few trivial mistakes. SYNONYM(S): paltry, slight, small, unimportant, inconsequential. 2. of or having to do with the trivium: »the… …   Useful english dictionary

  • triv´i|al|i|za´tion — triv|i|al|ize «TRIHV ee uh lyz», transitive verb, ized, iz|ing. to make trivial; render commonplace or trifling: »We trivialize Lent if we see it merely as a time for giving up smoking (Manchester Guardian Weekly). –triv´i|al|i|za´tion, noun …   Useful english dictionary

  • triv|i|al|ize — «TRIHV ee uh lyz», transitive verb, ized, iz|ing. to make trivial; render commonplace or trifling: »We trivialize Lent if we see it merely as a time for giving up smoking (Manchester Guardian Weekly). –triv´i|al|i|za´tion, noun …   Useful english dictionary


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