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indifferent

美国发音:[ɪn'dɪfrənt]
英国发音:[ɪn'dɪfrənt]

[adj]
英语解释:lacking interest in something, or lacking sympathy with someone
常见翻译:水平或质量一般的

uninterested; unconcerned; (of ability) not very good.
When you are indifferent to something you do not show any interest in it; you neglect it. When you are indifferent to some one you do not care what happens to them. You do not show interest in them. You are unconcerned about them. A student who is indifferent to studies is not interested in studies. An indifferent teacher is a mediocre teacher. They have no extraordinary abilities. So is an indifferent actor an actor of mediocre talent.


Sentences:

Mr. Hall was naturally an abstemious man indifferent to luxury.
霍尔先生天生是个饮食有度,不爱奢侈的人。
How can an indifferent society reform desperate men?
一个冷淡的社会怎么能改造处于绝望之中的人呢?