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bland

adjective /blӕnd/
(of food etc) mild, tasteless
de sabor imperceptible, insípido
That soup is very bland.
(of people, their actions etc) showing no emotion
inexpresivo, insulso, desabrido
a bland smile.
blandly adverb
inexpresivamente, desabridamente
He looked at her blandly.
blandness noun
inexpresividad, insipidez
She is frustrated at the blandness of her existence.
(Definition of bland from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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