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unimpressed

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Pronunciation: /ʌnɪmˈprɛst
 
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Definition of unimpressed in English:

adjective

Feeling no admiration, interest, or respect: he was unimpressed with the news consumers are largely unimpressed by the products an unimpressed observer
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  • However, industry observers were unimpressed, and it has failed to lift the share price.
  • I'm sure Marie-Claire won't mind me admitting that I was a little unimpressed by the first class or two.
  • It was once regarded with suspicion by employers, who were unimpressed by the notion of students lazing around for months.

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