Translation of vacuous in Spanish:

vacuous

vacuo, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈvakjʊəs//ˈvækjuəs/

adjective

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    (smile) vacuo
    (expression) de vacuidad
    (statement/remark) insustancial
    (pastime/pleasures) banal
    (pleasures/pastime) vacío
    • For many, the book was a microcosm of the vacuous 1980s, a period in American history when youngsters stood for nothing and believed in nothing.
    • Can there be anything more futile than to combine the huge range of music we find under the vapid and vacuous heading Easy Listening?
    • Belief and unbelief, so important to the intellectual posturing of modern existence, are innocuous, vacuous terms.
    • Choices based on the most minute reasoning but lacking any desire are vacuous.
    • We should argue about how things are, not seek to win arguments with vacuous comparisons designed to evoke revulsion without thought.
    • I have been repelled by attempts to portray him as a vacuous man with an artificial smile and no convictions.
    • From his face you can see nothing but a kind of goofy good-nature, and the vacuous, half-baked expression of a child bewildered by all the strange things that are going on all around him.
    • The story may seem vacuous because of its clear lack of progression, but then, maybe that's the point of it.
    • Some might say that it's because the actors are silly, strident, vacuous, and self-important.
    • He attempts to revisit the concept of intelligence but comes to the vacuous conclusion that it can't be defined.
    • So is there any genuinely interesting news in all this vacuous Hollywood house-hunting nonsense?
    • You'll see their vacuous smiles, but their sad eyes will betray how hollow and unhappy they really are.
    • If the Nationalists had simply parroted their trite, intellectually vacuous opposition, then that would have been no more or less than expected.
    • She's perfected that smiling art of PR deflection, of projecting a sweetly vacuous wholesomeness.
    • It transformed his face, giving his normally vacuous gaze a look of both intelligence and awareness.
    • This piece struck me as one of the most vacuous and shallow pieces of writing I've seen in a very long time.
    • In short, what we have here is a veritable orgy of vacuous generalities and meaningless slogans.
    • Ultimately, it's a completely empty, vacuous product, carefully crafted to make lots and lots of money.
    • If only the museum had been given a fraction of the budget wasted on silly stunts and vacuous indulgences of the Capital of Culture bid, its future would be assured.
    • He's a young, concerned citizen who, like so many of us, is turned off by the negative and vacuous campaigns run by candidates of both major parties.