English to Samoan Meaning :: piddling

Piddling :
piddling
- piddling
 

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Verb(1) waste time; spend one's time idly or inefficiently(2) eliminate urine
Adjective(1) (informal, or small

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(1) From June 1, however, a conviction for careless driving, no matter how piddling the offence, will see a driver almost half way to losing his or her licence.(2) Musicians cynically note the gigantic tax abatements the city offers to high tech firms, as compared with the piddling sums it is willing to invest in its pool of thousands of young artists.(3) The play is to be perceived as a satire on big business, which these piddling rogues try to emulate and, in their puny way, supposedly mirror.(4) Its images tumble, proliferate and cross-hatch; they are extravagant and loopy and defiantly enormous in their ambition, making everything else look petty and piddling .(5) They project their piddling little personalities, but they don't do their job, they are not acting.(6) That's why the Government was forced to make tax concessions in the Budget, piddling though they were.(7) It was just a piddling one-drop-a-second leak.(8) Expect piddling fines for players who will treat the loss as loose change and a couple of suspensions which will merely inconvenience coaches busy with their squad rotations.(9) Typically, beneficiaries of such class action suits get piddling sums, often nothing more than a discount on their next purchase.(10) In the higher reaches of the football world the amounts at issue would seem piddling , small change, barely a week's wages for a half - decent player at a senior club.(11) I'm not talking about the piddling few hundred thousand salary and couple of million pay-off a fat-cat boss gets for destroying a company in record time and sacking all its workers.(12) He then called me to let me know that they had given him a piddling sum, barely worth mentioning.(13) The $1.65 million penalty is piddling to the huge banks.(14) I suppose I should do something sensible like invest some of this money for when I get back, if one can invest the piddling sums I'll have left after setting holiday and beer-in-England money aside.(15) By today's apocalyptic standards that's piddling .(16) Yes, it may only be a piddling little thing, compared with the potential threat to human rights represented by introduction of ID cards, and the suspension of habeas corpus.
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(1) piddle ::
piddle
Synonyms
Adjective
2. trifling ::
faalavefau
3. petty ::
laiti
4. footling ::
footling
5. slight ::
laitiiti
6. small ::
laʻitiiti
7. insignificant ::
faivale
8. unimportant ::
lē mamafa
9. inconsequential ::
lē taua
10. inconsiderable ::
inconsiderable
11. negligible ::
itiiti sona
12. meager ::
itiiti
13. inadequate ::
utiʻuti
14. insufficient ::
lē lava
15. paltry ::
paltry
16. scant ::
scant
17. scanty ::
itiiti
18. derisory ::
derisory
19. pitiful ::
faʻanoanoa
20. miserable ::
leagā
21. puny ::
faatauvaa
22. niggardly ::
niggardly
23. beggarly ::
beggarly
24. mere ::
na o
25. measly ::
measly
26. pathetic ::
pathetic
27. piffling ::
piffling
28. mingy ::
mingy
29. nickel-and-dime ::
limasene-ma-sefulu sene
30. de minimis ::
de minimis
Verb
31. trifle ::
Aua le faatauvaaina
32. wanton ::
faalaʻoa
Antonyms
1. big ::
tele
2. consequential ::
faatupulaia
3. considerable ::
matuā
4. important ::
tāua
5. material ::
mea
6. significant ::
tāua
Different Forms
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