Translation of lackluster in Spanish:

lackluster

Pronunciation: /ˈlækˌlʌstər; ˈlækˌlʌstə(r)/
, (British English/inglés británico) lacklustre

adj

  • 1.1 (mediocre) [performance/campaign] deslucido; [candidate] mediocre
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    • Janis Joplin is the only artist at the top of her game; most of the other groups give lackluster and bland performances of their songs.
    • It's better to have loved and lost than to be in a lacklustre and uninspiring relationship for the rest of your life.
    • Duncan Smith's uninspiring leadership and his lacklustre shadow cabinet failed to make any initial impact on the electorate.
    1.2 (dull) [eyes] apagado, sin brillo; [hair] opaco, sin brillo
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    • The coffee was strong, her grey eyes lacklustre, her dull hair stringy, just like during the torn days.
    • What's the best way to add sparkle to lacklustre hair?
    • He comes nearer and nearer, sizes up his victim with his bulging lacklustre eyes and drives it mad.

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