In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1apáticoapathetic toward sth — indiferente hacia algo
- The shareholders had also been shown to be apathetic in protecting their interests.
- The task at next year's Scottish elections is not only to win a majority but to arouse the enthusiasm of a generally apathetic public.
- I spent too much time just coasting and doing nothing and being really apathetic and indifferent.
- As consumers, we have the power to refuse pop music that lulls us into numb, apathetic sleep.
- Like a reformed smoker, he is the more zealous because until recently he was the archetypal apathetic customer.
- Or is it just that we have become overly apathetic and that doing anything about all it just seems too hard?
- Politicians (those few of an idealistic bent) complain that people are too apathetic.
- While students in the 1960s were famed for their radicalism, students of today are labelled as apathetic.
- Despite her uncaring appearance, apathetic tone, and collected posture, I could see the real change in her.
- She's reluctant to suggest that women are staying away from the polling booths because they're merely apathetic.
- Have they inspired and mobilised people who were previously apathetic about the plight of refugees?
- I found my players were paceless, apathetic and not really up for the challenge.
- Today's young people are said to be the most apathetic generation ever.
- The adults must be prevented from getting bored, depressed and apathetic.
- The tigers paced desperately and the gorillas and chimps seemed listless and apathetic.
- Indifferent, apathetic, she has no reason to think her life will improve.
- I don't think people are as apathetic as they seem, but it's hard to tell.
- Furthermore, filling up on fatty foods like bacon or cheese makes you tired, lethargic and apathetic.
- Her friend seemed so apathetic and listless she wanted to shake her.
- At a time when apathetic youngsters are the hot topic of political debate, he is the exception that proves the rule.
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