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Meaning of “indifferent” - Learner’s Dictionary

indifferent

adjective     /ɪnˈdɪfərənt/
NOT CARING
not caring about or interested in someone or something: They are indifferent to the plight of the unemployed.Lacking interest and enthusiasmUnwilling and reluctantNot showing or feeling emotions
NOT GOOD
neither good nor bad: an indifferent performance I buy wine without really knowing if it's good, bad, or indifferent.Quite good, or not very goodSuitable and acceptable
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