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bland

adjective     /blænd/ usually disapproving
not having a strong taste or character or not showing any interest or energy 無滋味的;枯燥乏味的;沒精打采的,無生氣的 I find chicken a little bland. 我覺得雞肉有點淡。 Pop music these days is so bland. 現今的流行音樂十分乏味。 Flavours and tastesTedious and uninspiringNot pleasant to eat or drink
blandly     /ˈblænd.li/ adverb Tedious and uninspiring blandness     /ˈblænd.nəs/ noun [U] Flavours and tastesBoredom, tedium and boring things
(Definition of bland from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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