- achlysurolcyd-ddigwyddiadgyda llawmanion
Noun(1) (frequently plural(2) an item that is incidental
Adjective(1) (sometimes followed by `to'(2) not of prime or central importance(3) occurring with or following as a consequence
(1) The small and incidental commercial catch is marketed as ├ö├ç├┐perch├ö├ç├û.(2) As in his biography of Macarthur, the Aborigines are incidental , minor problems for his hero to overcome.(3) We manage 90 seconds of incidental chitchat before conversation dries up.(4) Each attack's accompanied by great incidental animations, ranging from acrobatic swordfights to the crackle and flare of Force Lightning tearing into the enemy.(5) Usually it's the ├ö├ç├┐living expenses├ö├ç├û and other incidental costs that throw budgets out of whack.(6) Book sales as such became an incidental , minor percentage of daily turnover in this and other bookshops.(7) The latter has pages of editorial to play out fantasies and impart visual narratives, and the clothes are incidental ; they just happen to be what the models were wearing at the time.(8) That space came along as a necessary but incidental accompaniment of the two arches.(9) For most the countryside is simply background, incidental .(10) They are not meat eaters, and any insects they swallow are accidental or incidental .(11) A hundred dollars left at the desk to cover any incidental expenses I might incur in a day didn't get me effective use of the phone in my room or access to the mini-bar.(12) Achieving this designation in public policy requires identifying opportunities both as a specific agenda and as incidental to other APA activities.(13) The team will pay for their own accommodation and it is hoped a sponsor will come forward to cover incidental expenses so all the money raised can go directly to Rosemere.(14) The scholarship will cover the full tuition and accommodation fees involved but will not cover travel to the Colaiste or other incidental expenses.(15) When the wasp attacks the larval butterfly, it drives the ants to attack each other, turning them into incidental casualties.(16) Most cakes were eaten as incidental items to accompany a glass of sweet wine (the origin of the Madeira cake) or a dish of tea.
(1) incidental expenses :: mân dreuliau
1. less important ::
2. chance ::
3. connected with ::
4. sequent ::
5. nonessential ::
6. incident ::
7. incidental expense ::
1. calculated ::
2. deliberate ::
3. intended ::
4. intentional ::
5. premeditated ::
6. premeditative ::
7. set ::
Different Formscoincidental, incidental, incidentally, incidentals
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