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無関心, むかんしん

  • mukanshin


adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi), noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • apathetic
  • indifferent

Examples of 無関心,むかんしん in a Sentence

Susan is indifferent to politics.
Too many people are indifferent to politics.
According to a survey, three in five people today are indifferent to foreign affairs.
Unlike her sister, Hanako is indifferent to her dress.
She was indifferent to politics.
He is indifferent to what he eats.
Politicians are cashing in on public apathy.
The police were indifferent to the matter.
These figures indicate three in five college first-year students are indifferent to politics.
He is indifferent to what others say.

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