apātisks

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Latvian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From apātija (apathy) +‎ -isks. Clearly not formed in Latvian, but borrowed and adapted from some other European language.

Pronunciation[edit]

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Adjective[edit]

apātisks (def. apātiskais, comp. apātiskāks, sup. visapātiskākais; adv. apātiski)

  1. apathetic (who feels apathy; indifferent)
    apātisks cilvēksapathetic person
    cietumnieks vairs nezākāja savu likteni, nerunāja par mājam; likās, viņš kļuvis laisks un apātisks pret visu — the prisoner didn't complain about his fate, didn't talk about home; it seemed, he had become indolent and apathetic about everything
  2. apathetic (expressing apathy, indifference)
    apātiska balssapathetic voice
    seja diriģentam tik sagurusi un apātiska — the conductor's face (was) so tired and apathetic

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