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vacantly

adverb uk   us   /ˈveɪ.kənt.li/
showing no interest or activity: She gazed/stared vacantly into space/ahead.
Translations of “vacantly”
in Korean 멍하게…
in Arabic عَلى نَحو فارِغ…
in Portuguese distraidamente, vagamente…
in Catalan distretament…
in Japanese ぼんやりと…
in Italian distrattamente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 無聊的, 茫然的, 沒精打采的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 无聊的, 茫然的, 没精打采的…
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