Meaning of flippantly in English:

flippantly

Pronunciation /ˈflɪpəntli/

Translate flippantly into Spanish

adverb

See flippant

‘Her voice taunted him in mock arrogance, but he could tell from the hint of darkness under her eyes that though she meant it flippantly, she was very tired.’
  • ‘Chris replied flippantly, though his smile was unmistakable.’
  • ‘Technically, they speak of a purism which redefines the areas of documentary photography in which they may be flippantly or carelessly bracketed.’
  • ‘Then discuss what it means to love your enemy, to respect human life, and to never lightly or flippantly approach the topic of death.’
  • ‘I think wine is taken far too seriously and beer is taken far too flippantly.’