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1(manner/remark) displicenteblasé about sth
- you sound very blasé about your exams — no parecen preocuparte mucho tus exámenes
- after you've seen so much blood, you become blasé about it — después de ver tanta sangre, uno se vuelve indiferente / se curte
- Of course, I don't want them to be as blasé about climate change as we are, but the alternative is for these countries to stay in poverty for even longer.
- Those who have a blasé approach to parking had better change their attitude or they could be hit very hard in their pockets.
- I had been complacent, even blasé, about someone who was really important to me.
- Firms with a blasé attitude to security could see system downtime caused as a result of software vulnerabilities.
- By this time he had almost achieved the blasé attitude of someone who didn't really care; almost, but not quite.
- I do not want to suggest that we can be blasé about individual protections, particularly in the face of large commercial interests.
- Perhaps the funniest thing about the movie though is the blasé attitude it takes about what it takes to get a movie written.
- All three men are blasé about the prospects of being burglarized.
- Remember how, by the fifth snow shower, you'd become completely blasé about those falling flakes as if they were the most normal thing in the world?
- Composing myself, in my most blasé tone I casually asked the proprietor if he'd consider breaking up the set.
- The perception that has been transmitted is one of blasé indifference.
- As she speaks, fashionably blasé young workers sip on microbrews and eat pizza provided free on Friday afternoons.
- Am I a snob because the show leaves me unresponsive and blasé?
- She comes across as simultaneously caring, blasé, jaded and extremely vulnerable.
- Clearly, adopting a blasé attitude toward house prices has taken many years to achieve.
- He seems so blasé, that it makes me wonder whether these sorts of deals occur all the time.
- If she is not entirely blasé about the attention focused on her, then she certainly gives the impression she can handle it.
- My father was so ridiculously blasé about this whole episode that after getting out of the hospital he went out for ice cream.
- Now that he is 45, the superior bit seems to have died down, perhaps to be replaced with a certain blasé nature.
- I was outraged by the blasé attitude of the programme manager for the environmental authority.
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