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incurious

adjective uk   /ɪnˈkjʊə.ri.əs/  us   /-ˈkjʊr.i-/ formal
not interested in knowing what is happening, or not wanting to discover anything new: He's strangely incurious about what goes on around him.
Translations of “incurious”
in Chinese (Traditional) 不感興趣的, 不好奇的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不感兴趣的, 不好奇的…
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