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Definition of the adverb a trifle

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adverb

  1. to a small degree; somewhat

Alternative definition of the adverb a trifle

adverb

  1. A little.

Film

"A Trifle" a.k.a. "Chhoti Si Baat" is a 1975 Hindi romantic comedy film directed by Basu Chatterjee. The film's title means "Such a Small Thing" in Hindi. Considered one of the best Hindi comedy films of the 1970s, it is a nostalgic favourite for its quirky take on pre-hypercongestion Bombay. The film became a box office hit and also earned Filmfare nominations and a Filmfare Award for Best Screenplay for Basu Chatterjee. It also established Amol Palekar as having an uncommon comic talent for playing mousy characters, a role he would go on to repeat several times in his career. This movie is based on "School for Scoundrels", a 1960 British Comedy which itself was based on the "Gamesmanship" series of books by Stephen Potter.

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Google previewA Dictionary of English Etymology (1862)

E - P by Hensleigh Wedgwood

babiole, a trifle, whim- wham, guigaw, or small toy for a child to play withal — Cot. The sense of a toy or trifle is constantly connected with that of chatter, jesting, idle talk, as Fr. babiole with babiller, to babble ; trifle with Fr. truffer, to jest ; Fr.

Google previewA New Dictionary of the English Language ... (1856)

by Charles Richardson

A trifle,— any thing small -ee. or minute, ...

Google previewA dictionary of the English language (1844)

by Alexander Reid

a plaything; a bauble; a trifle.— v. to trifle ; to dally ; to play. Toy'er, n. one who toys. Toy'ful, o. full of tricks. Tdj'ish, a. trifling ; wanton. Toy'ish-ness, n. disposition to trifle. Tofman, n. one who deals in toyB. r&y'shop, n. a shop where toys ...

Google previewHeinemann English Dictionary (2001)

by Martin Manser

a small amount: The jacket was a trifle short. • trifle verb Phrase trifle ...

Google previewA Galic and English Dictionary (1780)

Containing All the Words in the Scotch and Irish Dialects of the Celtic, that Could be Collected from the Voice, and Old Books and Mss by William Shaw

į A jot, whit, a trifle, fomewhat, Dad. } any thing .

Google previewThe writer's and student's assistant: or, A compendious dictionary, rendering the more common words and phrases in the English language into the more elegant or scholastic (1835)

by John Henry Brady

Explanatory — explicit, express; (even to a trifle) — circumstantial, minute. Explicit. See Clear, and Explanatory. Exploit. See Performance (or act of some note). Explore. See Search (into). Explosion. See Bursting (forth). Exportation.

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A trifle consoles us, for a trifle distresses us. (Blaise Pascal)
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