incurious

 
[ɪn'kjʊəriəs]     [ɪn'kjʊriəs]    
  • adj. 无好奇心的;不感兴趣的;不关心的
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incurious的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

英英释义

Adjective:
  1. showing absence of intellectual inquisitiveness or natural curiosity;

    "strangely incurious about the cause of the political upheaval surrounding them"

incurious的用法和样例:

例句

  1. She is incurious after she had glanced at a few of these pages.
    她浏览了几页后,便失去了好奇心。
  2. He seemed curiously incurious about vital details, such as the conduct of the war in Iraq.
    他似乎对重要的细节都漠不关心,如在伊拉克战争中的行为。
  3. But if the pleasure of learning is universal, why are there so many dull, incurious people in the world?
    然而,如果说学习的乐趣是普遍存在的,那么为什么世界上还有那么多觉得活着乏味、单调的人呢?
  4. When Buck and Curly grew excited, half-wild with fear, he raised his head as though annoyed, favored them with an incurious glance, yawned, and went to sleep again.
    巴克和克丽弄得很兴奋,害怕得快要疯了。他惹恼了似的抬起头来,丝毫不觉好奇地瞥了他们一眼,打了个哈欠,又睡了。
  5. Looking back all of a sudden, the route I came by is long and zigzag . and those past events only incurious are just my own dream.And all memories in this life is only for treasure of life.
    蓦然回首,走过的路在脚下曲折漫长,那些平淡简单的日子,原来只是我一厢的意愿,而今生,所有的记忆,只为把生命好好珍藏。
  6. In economic matters, he was too prone to sacrifice the long-term good for short-term gain.He seemed curiously incurious about vital details, such as the conduct of the war in Iraq.
    在经济方面他过于倾向于牺牲长期利益获得短期回报,让人好奇的是他似乎对于一些事关重要的细节并不好奇,比如指挥伊拉克战争。

经典引文

  • In his Cloaths.., he was not only incurious, but too negligent.

    出自: Clarendon
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