Translation of bland in Spanish:
adjective -er, -est
- 1.1(diet)a bland winesimple y fácil de digerirun vino sin cuerpoExample sentences1.2
(statement/reply)que no dice nada(smile/manner)(film/book/performer)Example sentences
- These companies seemed to believe that what drinkers wanted to drink was bland beer that was fizzy and tasteless.
- Favor simple, bland foods and cool drinks, and avoid alcohol and drinks with caffeine.
- The food was bland and unappealing, with no flavour she could tolerate.
- The current station is far from perfect, but at least it has character, which this bland, uninspired new design fails to achieve.
- Its visuals are disappointingly mediocre, featuring bland and utterly uninspired track designs.
- The peripheral characters are given similarly bland treatment.
- It is easiest to define first what its role should not be - bland reassurance.
- The simple repetition of bland reassurance that fails to address patients' fears is ineffective.
- He spoke in a voice so calm and bland, it stuck in the air like an emotionless reverberation.
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