Traducción de wishy-washy en Español:


sin gracia, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈwɪʃiˌwɑʃi//ˈwɪʃiˌwɔʃi//ˈwɪʃɪwɒʃi/



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    (color) sin gracia
    (coffee) aguado
    (coffee) insípido
    (argument) flojo
    (argument) endeble
    (person) sin personalidad
    • Before moving on, I drink a cup of tepid wishy-washy Amsterdam espresso tasting and smelling of unclean canal water, with ‘Sally’, my obnoxious Salisbury suitcase, parked at my feet.
    • So my resultant thinking is the usual liberal wishy-washy leftiness which tries to be fair to both sides.
    • It's almost like my character is so wishy-washy that nobody believes in what I do.
    • Although each character's storyline is wrapped up, the climax is wishy-washy.
    • The average wishy-washy middle-class liberal like myself finds herself thrashing desperately between her worthy political world view of them as victims and sheer annoyance at their failure to seize their chances.
    • This is not the wishy-washy spiritualism that insists that it does not matter what you believe so long as you believe in something.