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impassive
American English: /ɪmˈpæsɪv/
British English: /ɪmˈpasɪv/

Translation of impassive in Spanish:

adjective

  • Example sentences
    • He had an impassive expression, as if he had been expecting this all along.
    • I was about as confused as him, but I didn't let it show, keeping an impassive expression plastered to my face.
    • His expression was impassive and I tried not to wilt under the searching gaze of those deep brown eyes.

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