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impersonal

adjective  /ɪmˈpɜr·sə·nəl/ us  
lacking or not showing any interest or feeling: The congressman gave a short, impersonal speech and left soon afterward.
Translations of “impersonal”
in Spanish impersonal…
in French impersonnel…
in German unpersönlich…
in Chinese (Traditional) 沒有人情味的, 冷淡的…
in Russian безразличный, равнодушный…
in Turkish soğuk, sevimsiz, kişiliksiz…
in Chinese (Simplified) 没有人情味的, 冷淡的…
in Polish bezosobowy…
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