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1(indifference, apathy)desinterés masculineit's a matter of complete disinterest to me — es un asunto que no me interesa en absoluto
- As a result of this cycle of mutual disinterest, young people tend to have a weaker party identification than their elders do.
- The poll reveals a notable level of disinterest among respondents for politics as usual.
- It is unacceptable to treat Tasmania with such apparent disinterest.
- Even his own Swedish media show similar disinterest.
- The Ministry of Health showed massive disinterest.
- Students gave many reasons for their disinterest.
- In part it is governed by familiarity breeding disinterest, if not contempt.
- Given the buzz surrounding his latest effort, his disinterest is somewhat surprising.
- Another aspect of the issue was the disinterest of people in Australia in the observations of those who had had extensive recent experience of Thailand and its neighbours.
- I'm used to people looking at me in loathing or disinterest.
- A few brave and honest voices across the political spectrum spoke up, struggling to be heard through a fog of disinterest.
- A new generation is growing up with no memory of military rule, but it is too early to say for sure whether that will translate to anything more than disinterest.
- That's because the fault lies with the education system and so one will have to look deep down and find out what's causing this disinterest and hatred towards academics.
- Some people exude outright disinterest and apathy towards their country's films.
- A hand propping up his head shows his disinterest in the conversation.
- With my female friends, as soon as the topic shifts towards politics or current affairs, there is an obvious display of disinterest.
- Despite asking for the manager and reiterating my claim to them I was met with utter disinterest.
- Perhaps it's his obvious disinterest towards talking about himself, which permeates our interview, that is the most telling.
- This combination of disinterest and absolute power slowly cripples the actual goal of having an easily accessible and open network available.
- I laughed rather loudly, much to her disinterest.
2(impartiality)neutralidad feminineimparcialidad feminine
- As Brynor neared, he glanced at each of us in turn with the casual, detached disinterest of a scientist examining a particularly repulsive insect.
- The company went so far as to publish its own statement of disinterest in the global credential.
- It's much more difficult to manage absolutely truthful disinterest.
- I watched with detached disinterest as Sean and Amber presented themselves to the audience and received their medallions from the organizers.
- Americans can participate in this process - though it has been a long time now, we have acted with disinterest and imagination before.
- Does the discovery and presentation of the truth require disengaged disinterest?
- Boyle is not arguing in bad faith; he believes passionately in the concepts of scientific disinterest and utilitarian progress that his works promote.
- In fact, I think the word I'm looking for is disinterest, in the sense of impartiality.
- Read the article with scientific disinterest, then reply.
- Let's bring back some healthy disinterest into governing.
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