Definition of 'tasteless'
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Example sentences containing 'tasteless'
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Weeks at sea caused his food to become tasteless. Christianity Today (2000)Bland is the best you could say about this, the fish almost completely tasteless. Times, Sunday Times (2012)In between he told tasteless jokes and scoffed at the atrocious British weather. Times, Sunday Times (2012)So you eat tasteless food all your life just so you can be killed by a bus, rather than a heart attack. The Sun (2008)I know it can sound like one of those trendy but tasteless foods that just isn't for you. The Sun (2016)He sensibly ignored it, mentally filing it as either some kind of tasteless joke or more "crass meddling' from offshore. ONE HUNDRED DAYS (2003)
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Translations for 'tasteless'
British English: tasteless /ˈteɪstlɪs/ ADJECTIVE
vulgar If you describe something as tasteless, you mean that it is vulgar and unattractive.
...a house full of tasteless furniture.
- American English: tasteless
- Arabic: تَفِه
- Brazilian Portuguese: insípido
- Chinese: 没味道的
- Croatian: neukusan
- Czech: nevkusný
- Danish: smagløs
- Dutch: smakeloos
- European Spanish: insípido
- Finnish: mauton
- French: fade nourriture
- German: geschmacklos
- Greek: κακόγουστος
- Italian: insapore
- Japanese: 味のない
- Korean: 맛없는
- Norwegian: smakløs
- Polish: niesmaczny
- European Portuguese: insípido
- Romanian: fad
- Russian: безвкусный
- Spanish: insípido
- Swedish: smaklös
- Thai: ไม่มีรสนิยม
- Turkish: tatsız tuzsuz
- Ukrainian: без смаку
- Vietnamese: vô vị
British English: tasteless ADJECTIVE
food, drink If you describe food or drink as tasteless, you mean that it has very little or no flavour.
The fish was mushy and tasteless.
Definition of tasteless from the Collins English Dictionary
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