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From French bagatelle < Italian bagattella.

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  • IPA: /ˌbægəˈtɛl/, SAMPA: /%b{g@"tEl/

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Bagatelle

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Bagatelles

Bagatelle (plural Bagatelles)
  1. A trifle; an unsubstantial thing.
  2. A short piece of literature or of instrumental music, typically light or playful in character; Beethoven composed several for the piano.
  3. A game similar to billiards played on an oblong table with pockets or arches at one end only.
  4. Any of several smaller, wooden table top games developed from the original bagatelle in which the pockets are made of pins; also called pin bagatelle, hit-a-pin bagatelle, jaw ball.

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bagatelle f.

  1. Plural form of bagatella.de:bagatelle

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