英 ['njuːgət(ə)rɪ; 'nuː-]
- nugatory (adj.)
- "trifling, of no value," c. 1600, from Latin nugatorius "worthless, trifling, futile," from nugator "jester, trifler, braggart," from nugatus, past participle of nugari "to trifle, jest, play the fool," from nugæ "jokes, jests, trifles," of unknown origin.
- 1. Your efforts shall have been nugatory.
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