Translation of anemic in Spanish:

anemic

Pronunciation: /əˈniːmɪk/
, (British English/inglés británico) anaemic

adj

  • 1.1 [patient] anémico 1.2 (lacking vitality) [appearance] anémico; [poetry] con poca fuerza, anodino
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    • The anemic palate that colours the film - grays, browns, and other hushed earth tones - provide the foreboding backdrop.
    • Setup is joyously simple, and DVD performance is good, if not spectacular, but the sound is anaemic, lacking sufficient detail for music and serious clout for movies.
    • It is anaemic, lacking in vision, and a generally debate-free zone.

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