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些細, ささい

  • sasai


adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi), noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • trivial
  • slight

Examples of 些細,ささい in a Sentence

Don't bother me with such trifles.
In fact, this does not seem to be true at all, except in a very trivial sense.
The agitator is inclined to exaggerate trivial matters.
Their trouble stems from a trifling matter.
Don't worry about such a trivial problem.
She's always worrying about trifles.
I don't want to put her to even a small inconvenience.
You need not fret over such trifles.
You must give close attention to mere details.
It may seem trivial to you, but for me it's worth paying attention to.

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