- 1. 怠慢 she's not someone to be trifled with! 她這個人可怠慢不得！
- 2. 擺弄 to trifle with sb.'s affections 玩弄某人的感情
...the customer to select meal and them frequently imagines has the trifle difference with the real meal, I will inquire with every effort for them strive for the replacement...
That which is past is gone, and irrevocable; and wise men have enough to do, with things present and to come; therefore they do but trifle with themselves, that labor in past matters. Francis Bacon
He looked at her, she was dressed in white with ribbons and an underskirt of pale blue. She was a trifle thin, and it made her look fragile and very feminine, until one saw...