PHRASE You can use a trifle to mean slightly or to a small extent, especially in order to make something you say seem less extreme. 有点儿 [老式]
N-COUNT A trifle is something that is considered to have little importance, value, or significance. 琐事; 微不足道的东西
N-VAR Trifle is a cold dessert made of layers of sponge cake, fruit gelatin, fruit, and custard, and usually covered with cream. 屈莱弗甜食 (由蛋糕、果冻、水果、蛋奶沙司做成，上浇鲜奶油。)
trifle with 玩弄；视同儿戏；心不在焉地做
mere trifle 小意思
$1 000 is a mere trifle to her.
She seemed a trifle anxious.
As a photographer, he'd found both locations just a trifle disappointing.