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English definition of “tasteless”

tasteless

adjective  /ˈteɪst·ləs/ us  

tasteless adjective (JUDGMENT)

showing such bad judgment as to be offensive: They received hundreds of complaints after he told a tasteless joke on TV.

tasteless adjective (FLAVOR)

(of food) not producing any flavors or feeling in the mouth that tells you what is being eaten: The soup was watery and tasteless.
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