English translation of भावशून्य
भावशून्यPowered by COBUILD /bhavashunya/
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/bhavashunya, bhAvashUnya, bhaavashoonya, bhāvashūny/
1. blank adjective
If you look blank, your face shows no feeling or understanding.
⇒ He gave her a blank look.
2. clinical adjective
Clinical thought or behaviour is very logical and does not involve any emotion; used showing disapproval.
⇒ He didn't like the clinical way she talked about their love.
3. insensitive adjective
If you describe someone as insensitive, you mean that they are not aware of other people's feelings or problems.
⇒ These were very insensitive remarks.
4. lacklustre adjective
If you describe something or someone as lacklustre, you mean that they are not very impressive or lively.
⇒ His party gave a lacklustre performance during the election campaign.
5. matter-of-fact adjective
If you say someone is being matter-of-fact, you mean that they are being unemotional in a tense or difficult situation.
⇒ John gave Francis the news in a matter-of-fact way.
6. neutral adjective
If your facial expression or language is neutral, you do not show what you are thinking or feeling.
⇒ After a pause I said in my most neutral voice: 'Really'.
7. unmoved adjective after link verb
If you are unmoved by something, you are not emotionally affected by it.
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Translation of भावशून्य from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary