Definition of trivially in English:

trivially

adverb

  • See trivial

    • ‘However, there is much more to what we trivially call world music - and it's teeming with energy and politics.’
    • ‘Secondly, and most trivially, if you extend her argument she is effectively saying that she's only doing it as a public service; she's not going to get any personal gain or gratification from it.’
    • ‘The point may seem trivially obvious, but it actually bears repeating.’
    • ‘The first paper is about survey participation, in which the hypothesis is seemingly trivially obvious: people who like to do surveys in general and who are interested in the survey topic are more likely to participate than others.’
    • ‘After all, it's trivially simple to find lots and lots of places where modern medicine has failed to explain or treat someone's illness.’

Pronunciation

trivially

/ˈtrɪvɪəli/