flippant englannista suomeksi
glib; speaking with ease and rapidity
November 5, 1673, (w), ''sermon on the Gunpowder Treason''
- It becometh good men, in such cases, to be pleasantly flippant and free in their speech.
- a sort of flippant, vain discourse
1998, Brownrigg|Sylvia Brownrigg, ''The Metaphysical Touch''
- The conversations had grown more adult over the years—she was less flippant, at least.
2000, Anthony Howard and Jason Cowley, ''Decline and Fall, New Statesman, March 13, 2000''
- In the mid-1950s we both wrote for the same weekly, where her contributions were a good deal more serious and less flippant than mine.
2004, Carr|Allen Carr, ''The Easy Way to Stop Smoking'', page 147
- Our society treats smoking flippantly as a slightly distasteful habit that can injure your health. It is not. It is drug addiction.
(present participle of)