简明英汉词典

trifle
[5traifl]
n.
琐事, 少量, 蛋糕, 小事
v.
开玩笑, 玩弄, 闭混, 浪费, 嘲弄

美国传统词典[双解]

trifle
tri.fle
AHD:[tro“f…l]
D.J.[6traif*l]
K.K.[6tra!f*l]
n.(名词)

(1)

Something of little importance or value.
琐事:微不足道的事物,无价值的东西

(2)

A small amount; a jot.
少量,少许,一点点

(3)

A dessert typically consisting of plain or sponge cake soaked in sherry, rum, or brandy and topped with layers of jam or jelly, custard, and whipped cream.
屈莱弗甜食:涂了果酱、果冻、牛奶蛋糊和掼奶油并在雪莉酒、朗姆酒或白兰地中浸渍的蛋糕甜食

(4)

A moderately hard variety of pewter.
白镴:中等硬度的白镴

(5)

trifles Utensils made from this variety of pewter.
trifles 白镴器皿:用这种白镴制成的器皿
v.(动词)
tri.fledtri.flingtri.fles
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

To deal with something as if it were of little significance or value.
藐视:轻视、不认真地对待,把某事当作微不足道或无价值的事处理

(2)

To act, perform, or speak with little seriousness or purpose; jest.
嘲弄:轻率无礼的行事,说话;取笑,开玩笑

(3)

To play or toy with something:
随意摆弄,玩弄,戏耍某物:
She trifled with my affections.See Synonyms at flirt
她随意玩弄我的感情参见 flirt
v.tr.(及物动词)
To waste (time or money, for example).
浪费(时间或金钱),虚度

习惯用语

a trifle
Very little; somewhat:
有点儿,稍微:
a trifle stingy.
有点儿小气

语源

(1)

Middle English trufle, trifle
中古英语 trufle, trifle

(2)

from Old French trufle [mockery] [diminutive of] truffe [deception]
源自 古法语 trufle [嘲弄] [] truffe的小后缀 [欺骗]

继承用法

trifler
AHD:[tro“fl…r] (名词)

现代英汉词典

trifle
[5traIf(E)l]
n.

(1)

小事;琐事;微不足道的东西

(2)

屈莱弗甜食,酒浸果酱布丁

习惯用语

a trifle
稍微;有点

词性变化

trifle
vi., vt.
(与with连用)怠慢;小看(某人);忽视

现代英汉综合大辞典

trifle
[5traifl]
n.

(1)

琐事, 小事, 琐碎的东西; 无价值的事物; 无聊的话

(2)

少量; 少许; 少量的金钱

(3)

一种用蛋白奶油、果酱糕饼等做成的甜食

(4)

一种不甚硬的白; [pl. ]白制品

(5)

无价值的文学作品、音乐或艺术品等

词性变化

trifle
[5traifl]
vt.
浪费(时间、精力、钱等)(away)
vi.

(1)

玩忽, 嘲弄, 轻视(with)

(2)

玩弄(with)

(3)

闲混, 虚度光阴
You should not trifle with your health.
你不要疏忽你的健康。

继承用法

-fling
adj.
不重要的; 微小的; 微不足道的

trifler
n.
吊儿郎当的人, 闹着玩的人

习惯用语

stick at trifle
顾虑细微末节

trifle away
浪费(时间、精力等)

trifle with

(1)

不重视

(2)

玩弄, 嘲弄

用法词典

trifle
来自古法语trufle
美国传统词典

trifle
tri.fle
AHD:[tro“f…l]
D.J.[6traif*l]
K.K.[6tra!f*l]
n.

(1)

Something of little importance or value.

(2)

A small amount; a jot.

(3)

A dessert typically consisting of plain or sponge cake soaked in sherry, rum, or brandy and topped with layers of jam or jelly, custard, and whipped cream.

(4)

A moderately hard variety of pewter.

(5)

trifles Utensils made from this variety of pewter.
v.
tri.fled, tri.fling, tri.fles
v.intr.

(1)

To deal with something as if it were of little significance or value.

(2)

To act, perform, or speak with little seriousness or purpose; jest.

(3)

To play or toy with something:
She trifled with my affections.See Synonyms at flirt
v.tr.
To waste (time or money, for example).

习惯用语

a trifle
Very little; somewhat:
a trifle stingy.

语源

(1)

Middle English trufle, trifle

(2)

from Old French trufle [mockery] [diminutive of] truffe [deception]

继承用法

trifler
AHD:[tro“fl…r] n.

英汉化学大词典

trifle
n.小事,无价值的东西,少许量,锡基合金;vt.疏忽,不重视,浪费

英汉计算机大词典

trifle
n.小事(无价值的东西,少许量;vt.疏忽(不重视,浪费)

英汉心理学大词典

trifle
琐事

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