Translation of trivia in Spanish:


trivialidades, n.

Pronunciation /ˈtrɪviə//ˈtrɪvɪə/

plural noun

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    trivialidades feminine
    banalidades feminine
    nimiedades feminine
    • We demand information, both essential facts and trivia, about whatever we eat and drink.
    • The Bank of England website contains a treasure trove of banknote trivia.
    • Nigel has provided a site which gives statistical information and many items of trivia about the club.
    • I have a disturbing fascination with minutiae, general knowledge, pointless facts and other trivia.
    • This book abounds in detailed memories and fascinating trivia of this sort.
    • Interesting trivia and movie minutia will grace your screen as you watch the film.
    • One night I happened to be there during the weekly trivia game hosted in the coffee shop.
    • The contents are more or less similar to ordinary diaries in that they both record daily trivia.
    • Apart from a trip to the supermarket, we stayed home, catching up on trivia of course but, mostly, just resting.
    • It was a great concept, a book of trivia to help lift the drab, austere grey days of the mid fifties…
    • Weird bits of trivia detailing how much stuff we've lost and how weird some of it is, seem to have become perennial news items.
    • Off the pitch he is renowned as a sporting trivia expert with a remarkably wide range of knowledge.
    • Chattering about tabloid trivia or television celebrity shows, he can barely conceal his lack of interest.
    • I was dragged up on stage and forced to take part in the trivia quiz!
    • It's a safe piece of trivia that no one expects but then it's pretty easy to remember.
    • Having heard it repeated a few times, I now find it's one of those pieces of trivia that I simply know.
    • It was a testament to the public's thirst for trivia and anecdote.
    • The incredulity, thinking further back, at all the trivia through the last decade we got ourselves worked up over.
    • As a result of talking to no one of any importance, they fell into the trap that so many in the media do of becoming obsessed with spin and trivia.
    • Newspapers always mix the trivial with the important, for the very good reason that trivia can be entertaining.