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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishapatheticap‧a‧thet‧ic /ˌæpəˈθetɪk◂/ ●○○ adjective  INTERESTEDDON'T LIKEnot interested in something, and not willing to make any effort to change or improve things She felt too apathetic even to move.apathetic about How can you be so apathetic about the world and its problems?apathetically /-kli/ adverb
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apatheticOf course it matters whether you vote or not! Don't be so apathetic!political apathyPeople must realize that we can't afford to be apathetic about environmental issues any longer.Parents are completely apathetic about their children's education and show little interest in it.The mass is politically apathetic and impotent, and policy is imposed upon this large proportion of the population.The summer holidays that year saw me at my most apathetic - and my most miserable.An individual who is passive, utterly apathetic and withdrawn from community life is no true citizen.That led many political commentators to indulge in hand-wringing about how apathetic Californians were about representative government.She lay, apathetic, dull as the lustreless droop of her hair on the pillows.The voters have become increasingly apathetic over the last several years.Yet they are pessimistic about the current state of politics which lacks energy and leadership and is marked by an apathetic public.Most people were just too apathetic to go out and vote.They may become apathetic, unable to do even the simplest task.
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