English version

tepid

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtepidtep‧id /ˈtepɪd/ adjective  1 STRONG FEELING OR BELIEFa feeling, reaction etc that is tepid shows a lack of excitement or interest syn lukewarm a tepid response from the audience2 HOTtepid liquid is slightly warm, especially in a way that seems unpleasant syn lukewarm tepid coffee
Examples from the Corpus
tepidSales are so grim they are offering individual game tickets, although the response has been tepid.The soup was disgusting, greasy, tepid and watery.My first tepid foray into activism was the Pillbox Hat Incident.The Hidatsa rushed eagerly into hail storms and gathered hail stones to cool their tepid Missouri River drinking water.Keizer could only offer tepid praise for Hanshaw's work.Beyond us a large shallow pond expands its tepid shores on to the field.Christina went upstairs to her bedroom, peeled off her sticky, crumpled clothes, and jumped into a tepid shower.He returned carrying some tepid water and cleaning material, and gently began wiping the sore cut.He soaked a handkerchief in some tepid water and wiped her forehead.Leave for half an hour before rinsing with tepid water.
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