In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(person/audience) indiferenteuninterested in sth
- she was totally uninterested in my work — no demostró ningún interés en mi trabajo
- he's not uninterested in politics — la política no le es indiferente
- The comedian shakes my hand briefly, but seems distant and uninterested.
- Many who had shelled out thousands for tickets seemed uninterested in the specifics of the game.
- Many foreign commentators focused on this issue, perhaps unaware that Italians are relatively uninterested in it.
- She would often ring him and have nothing much to say or even sound bored and uninterested on the phone.
- But if you're bored of the hype and uninterested in the gossip, there's always the music.
- It shows how uninterested capitalism is in preserving, prolonging, or improving human life.
- The woman was very vague to the point of being uninterested.
- He is proudly uninterested in anyone or anything outside of his own limited experience.
- His manner was aloof, and he is said to have been uninterested in his family's concerns.
- Many appeared unaware, or uninterested, that the film was based on a remarkable true story and believed the movie was too tame.
- They become uninterested in sex and turn to comfort eating.
- Andrew Motion has been sounded out, but has declared himself uninterested at present while he remains Poet Laureate.
- Seven were uninterested, three left the area, three were working and two said they were simply unable.
- They are uninterested in whether these guerrillas terrorized the local population.
- Government leaders seem uninterested or unwilling to commit to program changes and guarantees.
- A man with a walkie-talkie approached us, then two errant hounds frantic and uninterested in sandwiches.
- It does not matter if you are uninterested in sport because the Hellenic Republic will have something to offer you.
- The councillor found the pupils quite uninterested at first as they didn't seem to realise that the work of the council affects them.
- And if the former Beatles were uninterested in their past, there was also the suggestion that the public were too.
- When staff do materialise they seem harassed and uninterested.
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