Definition of 'indifferent'
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Shareholders are fighting high rewards for poor or indifferent performance. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The indifferent form of the stable is the only negative. The Sun (2012)We found the food indifferent and the service appalling. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It came after an indifferent showing in their group. The Sun (2016)The good days have been regularly interspersed with indifferent or downright bad ones. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They become indifferent to conventional pleasures such as walking the dog or watching the sun set. Times, Sunday Times (2013)His usual bounce had gone and his scoring was a mixed bag of the good and the indifferent. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The young captain is a lively talker and has played his way through a period of indifferent form in recent weeks. The Sun (2006)It would go some way to explaining his indifferent form and dreadful rapport with the thousands who turned up to watch. Times, Sunday Times (2010)No other sport offers this unique opportunity to young and old, good and indifferent players. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This way good, bad and indifferent teachers will be spread out. Times, Sunday Times (2008)They represent the same subjective views of good, bad and indifferent. Bad Food Britain (2006)The good, the bad and the indifferent all climb the ladder at much the same pace. Times, Sunday Times (2011)They have had a terrible time through the winter because of the rain there, and their quality has been indifferent. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The food was fairly indifferent. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Food was of indifferent quality. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They may suffer one season of indifferent form, but this is soon corrected so as not to falter a second time. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Audiences appear indifferent to the quality of the performance or the film, preferring to patronise blindly any film featuring their favourite star. Times, Sunday Times (2008) Poor topping, indifferent apples and strawberries - just mediocre. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Isn't it a warning sign that you've become indifferent? Times, Sunday Times (2015)It will represent a big chance for Foster to redeem himself after some indifferent form for United. The Sun (2009)When a manager is told that his performance is indifferent or poor, it's not something he is going to take lightly. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Just when it looked as though the world had become indifferent to the moral issues surrounding fur, two Hollywood hitters have apologised for wearing it. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'indifferent'
British English: indifferent ADJECTIVE
Someone who is indifferentto something is not at all interested in it.
People have become indifferent to the suffering of others.
Definition of indifferent from the Collins English Dictionary
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