English version

tone-deaf

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Music
tone-deafˌtone-ˈdeaf adjective  APMunable to hear the difference between different musical notes
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tone-deafHenry wasn't really very musical but Ivy Hooper was tone-deaf.Years before, at Abbotsfield, Kate had told Peter that her father was tone-deaf.Those damn dirges are still running around my brain, like a tone-deaf rat with a megaphone is trapped inside my head.
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