Translation of lackluster in Spanish:

lackluster

deslucido, adj.

(British lacklustre)

Pronunciation /ˈlækˌləstər//ˈlaklʌstə/

adjective

  • 1

    (mediocre)
    (campaign/performance) deslucido
    (candidate) mediocre
    • Janis Joplin is the only artist at the top of her game; most of the other groups give lackluster and bland performances of their songs.
    • The quality of the video is also pretty lackluster, sporting weak black levels and generally dull colors.
    • It's better to have loved and lost than to be in a lacklustre and uninspiring relationship for the rest of your life.
    • The brewer said lackluster demand at bars and clubs was compounded by the dollar's drop against the euro.
    • Its stock market performance has been lacklustre and investors are being advised to stay away until full-year results are revealed next month.
    • Some iconic works have been imitated so often that the original, viewed years later, seems to appear faded and lacklustre.
    • But Japan has been wrestling for more than a decade with falling prices and a lacklustre economic performance.
    • Skynet's performance and the lacklustre response prompted a more socially focused experience.
    • The simple tricks are easy to execute, but the lackluster gameplay doesn't make combos any easier.
    • The Japanese track is simple stereo, which seems lackluster in comparison to the English dub.
    • That will make their next year of study dull and lacklustre.
    • Duncan Smith's uninspiring leadership and his lacklustre shadow cabinet failed to make any initial impact on the electorate.
    • That's about all there is to the game, but just because the formula is simple, didn't need to mean the gameplay was lackluster.
    • We've even used it at our Shape recipe taste tests - to spice up a lackluster frittata and an uninspired sandwich.
    • A very lacklustre performance meant that the Killarney side made a tame exit from the glamour competition of Irish basketball.
    • Real-life DIs are generally lacklustre, dead-pan and dull - if you want proof, watch Crimewatch.
    • He became a brilliant campaigner for his new party, far surpassing the lacklustre performance of his liberal and social democratic opponents.
    • The lacklustre second-quarter performance has fuelled fears the economy could dip back into recession.
    • Sadly, the good vibes wore off very quickly as we became depressed by the gauzy colours, dark underpainting and lackluster watercolours.
    • The scholarship is substantial, but the writing is a bit dull and lackluster.
  • 2

    (dull)
    (eyes) apagado
    (eyes) sin brillo
    (hair) opaco
    (hair) sin brillo
    • Instead of the normal, clear bright eyes that she had engraved in her mind, these eyes were bloodshot and lackluster.
    • Unless you live in the tropics, even the most toned among us is apt to uncover lackluster skin when summer comes.
    • He comes nearer and nearer, sizes up his victim with his bulging lacklustre eyes and drives it mad.
    • Now your skin is lackluster and your eyes are sporting dark shadows.
    • The coffee was strong, her grey eyes lacklustre, her dull hair stringy, just like during the torn days.
    • What's the best way to add sparkle to lacklustre hair?
    • Its nourishing shea butter formula also gives conditioning shine to lackluster locks.