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vapid

Saltos de línea: vapid
Pronunciación: /ˈvapɪd
 
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Definición de vapid en inglés:

adjetivo

Offering nothing that is stimulating or challenging; bland: tuneful but vapid musical comedies
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • It is not a trait that endears Allen to neoconservatives, who regard him as intellectually vapid and ideologically bland.
  • This bland collection of vapid songs and empty sentiments sounds exactly as you would expect.
  • Somewhere through the course of their vapid conversation, she caught my eye and smirked knowingly.
Sinónimos

Origen

mid 17th century (used originally in description of drinks as 'lacking in flavour'): from Latin vapidus.

Derivados

vapidity

1
Pronunciación: /vaˈpɪdɪti/
sustantivo
Example sentences
  • I am computer literate but I find surfing the net is only equalled in its vapidity by the banality of today's TV programmes.
  • What a commentary on the crowd-pleasing vapidity of our civilisation - and what a comment on its prodigious riches, alertness to opportunity, and creative power.
  • The vapidity of their comments is about what I'd expected it to be.

vapidly

2
adverbio
Example sentences
  • Hannah McGill called the movie a ‘challenge to apathetic, vapidly amoral cinematic shock tactics’.
  • ‘Space Ghost Coast to Coast ‘mocks late-night television shows where empty celebrities tell bad jokes and ramble vapidly.’
  • For some, the minute attention to nuances of bygone manners makes her simple romances vapidly parochial.

Words that rhyme with vapid

rapid, sapid

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