Traducción de indifferent en Español:


indiferente, adj.

Pronunciación /ɪnˈdɪf(ə)rənt//ɪnˈdɪf(ə)r(ə)nt/


  • 1

    indifferent to sth/sb
    • he is quite indifferent to that sort of thing ese tipo de cosa le es / le resulta totalmente indiferente
    • she seemed indifferent when she was told the news no pareció inmutarse cuando le dieron la noticia
    • Despite his poor village origins, he is cold and indifferent to the problems confronting his family and friends.
    • This may mean the person gives up interests and hobbies or is indifferent to social conventions and to the opinions of others.
    • A few substances were passed around, but my mom and dad are rather indifferent to anything possibly illegal going on.
    • Some, rather than being simply indifferent to the well-being of others, have an urgent need to make others feel agony and humiliation.
    • I couldn't really feel any great sympathy for him, and felt rather indifferent to his fate.
    • The third threat level is constituted by political systems that are indifferent to the expressed interests of the majority of the world's population.
    • It was about how we have become a society which is uncaring and indifferent to one another.
    • Positive, negative, and indifferent reactions were fairly equally common, especially at the timeof the experience.
    • He leaned on his hands and shrugged, indifferent to Curt's attitude.
    • His manner was cold and indifferent to the plight of the boy before him.
    • No one I knew seemed in the indifferent middle, and the radical split in opinion was pretty much even.
    • They shared, for the most part, my apathy and were rather indifferent to the goings on in this ‘hybrid’ sport.
    • While hardware vendors whine about the levy, consumers seem fairly indifferent.
    • Our tolerant attitude is often little more than lack of interest or disbelief; we are as indifferent to our own beliefs as to those of others.
    • A bit of parliamentary mayhem might attract the interest of voters who are now entirely indifferent to what goes on at Holyrood.
    • The other extreme of inelegant solution is to become callous and indifferent to the suffering of others.
    • Bloggers can express themselves in a number of ways: from contrary to confessional, indifferent to impassioned.
    • One of the main reasons they have risen to such prominence is the fact that the police are at best indifferent to them and, at worst, actively sympathize.
    • I was rather indifferent to it at the time, but twenty years on, it sounds fresh and original.
    • For three grueling days the young boy had remained oblivious to his surrounding world, unresponsive and indifferent to anything and anyone around him.
  • 2

    (performer) mediocre
    (performer) del montón coloquial
    the acting was at best indifferent, at worst indescribable la actuación tuvo momentos mediocres y otros francamente nefastos
    • with indifferent success con poco éxito
    • good, bad or indifferent? ¿bueno, malo o regular?
    • Then she subdivided the coins in the groups into good, so-so and indifferent.
    • We have all got to know our fair share of weather good, bad and mostly indifferent, if it's summer in the UK.
    • Beyond these couple of top tunes you see, the music fades into that bland indifferent realm of the average pop song.
    • And this time round he has indifferent designers and inferior actors.
    • This detachment translates into filmmaking that feels indifferent and at times uninspired.
    • A more vain politician might have bemoaned the cramped conditions, the indifferent beds, the miles to be covered every day, the rushed meals.
    • There might be one outstanding book and a few middling or indifferent ones.
    • What we definitely did see was indifferent bowling and fielding in the first half, and indifferent batting in the second.
    • He was a city boy, always had been, and his riding skills were fairly indifferent.
    • And but for an indifferent second season, he has piled on runs, averaging 49.7 from 35 first-class games.
    • The summer's indifferent weather was threatening profit forecasts.
    • Out of this, he has constructed a play with a rather limp beginning, a mildly interesting middle, and an indifferent conclusion.
    • After being the surprise package of last season, it would be fair to say that it's been an indifferent start this time round for the team.
    • The opera was indifferent, but fairly successful with public.
    • For such a naturally gifted spinner of the ball, he had a disappointing Test career, taking 121 wickets at an indifferent average of 37.
    • We seem to be in a constant state of commemoration, celebrating the good, the bad, the indifferent - and that which is better forgotten.
    • His appearance differed from the passable but indifferent style I'd been used to in him, often typical of computer programmers.
    • Too many of his roles were simply indifferent, and the Pink Panther films slid into mediocrity.
    • His indifferent first touch denied him a second.
    • The photographs are of indifferent quality, the layout and design clumsy and amateurish.
    • Distracted by the regulatory settlement, it is easy to overlook how indifferent the company's second-quarter performance was.
    • Forget about league performances and the indifferent display against London two weeks ago.
    • The indifferent weather is affecting the outcome of matches as batters are finding it hard to get any rhythm.
    • The company's finance director said 2003 was a mixed year with an indifferent first six months leading to a stronger second half.
    • They got off a poor start and after an indifferent opening half really came good in the second half, getting two early points.
    • All over Britain, amateur dramatics societies are putting on shows throughout the year - some good, some bad, some plain indifferent.