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apathy
American English: /ˈæpəθi/
British English: /ˈapəθi/

Translation of apathy in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • extreme apathy to be sunk in apathy
    estar hundido or sumido en la apatía
    apathy toward something
    indiferencia (feminine) hacia algo
    Example sentences
    • Another reason for voter apathy is a lack of confidence in politicians.
    • He also signalled the need for politicians to combat public apathy by re-establishing trust.
    • The apathy and lack of compassion he describes, are also present in our own US health care system.

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