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Japanese - English Dictionary - Words in Uninterestingness [無味の言葉]

Uninterestingness [無味]

Uninterestingness
inability to capture or hold one's interest
Subcategories:
tarumi
noun

Alternate Written Forms:

[たる()·]
tarumi

English Meanings:

noun
  1. slack; slackening; sagginess; flabbiness (skin, etc.)
  2. dullness; letdown; depression; ennui
tarumu
godan verb, intransitive verb

Alternate Written Forms:

[たる()·]
tarumu
tayumu
[たゆ()·]
tayumu

English Meanings:

godan verb, intransitive verb
  1. to slacken; to loosen; to relax; to droop (e.g. loose or flabby skin); to sag (ceiling)
  2. to slack off (e.g. one's work, attention); to not put one's heart in
[ちん()·せい()]
chinsei
na adjective, noun

English Meanings:

na adjective, noun
  1. stillness; tranquility; tranquillity; dullness
[()·びん()]
fubin
noun, na adjective

English Meanings:

noun, na adjective
  1. slowness; inertness
  2. inability; lack of talent; dullness; stupidity
[へい()·ばん()]
heiban
noun, na adjective

English Meanings:

noun
  1. flat board; slab; slat; plane table
na adjective, noun
  1. monotonous; dull; flat; boring
[ゆる()·]
yurumi
noun

Alternate Written Forms:

[ゆる()·]
yurumi

English Meanings:

noun
  1. slack; looseness; play
[ゆる()·]
yurumu
godan verb, intransitive verb

Alternate Written Forms:

[ゆる()·]
yurumu

English Meanings:

godan verb, intransitive verb
  1. to become loose; to slacken (e.g. rope)
  2. to become less tense; to relax; to let one's guard down
  3. to slacken (e.g. coldness, supervision); to become lax
  4. to become softer (e.g. ground, facial expression); (of ice) to partially melt
  5. to decrease (e.g. speed)
  6. (of a market price) to go down slightly
tayumi
noun

Alternate Written Forms:

[たゆ()·]
tayumi

English Meanings:

noun
  1. relaxing; remitting; slackening
[()·()]
mumi
na adjective, no adjective, noun

English Meanings:

na adjective, no adjective, noun
  1. tasteless; flavourless
  2. uninteresting; dull; dry; insipid

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