English translation of 'apático'
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Aunque otros recuerdan que se muestra apático cada vez con más frecuencia.El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
Normalmente estaba dentro del saco de dormir todo el tiempo, ya que no tenía ganas de hacer nada; estaba apático , tenía sueño y no podía concentrarme para leer o escribir.Horizontes verticales
Yo he sido siempre un individuo más bien apático , aunque nunca haya podido resistir que me miren directamente a los ojos.Zoopatías y zoofilias
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Used Occasionally. apático is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'apático' in Other Languages
British English: apathetic ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone as apathetic, you are criticizing them because they do not seem to be interested in or enthusiastic about doing anything.
Even the most apathetic students are beginning to sit up and listen.
British English: listless ADJECTIVE
Someone who is listless has no energy or enthusiasm.
He was listless and pale and wouldn't eat much.
British English: run-down ADJECTIVE
person If someone is run-down, they are tired or slightly ill.
...times when you are feeling tired and run-down.
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