Meaning of indifferent
Pronunciation: (in-dif'ur-unt, -dif'runt), [key]
- without interest or concern; not caring; apathetic: his indifferent attitude toward the suffering of others.
- having no bias, prejudice, or preference; impartial; disinterested.
- neither good nor bad in character or quality; average; routine: an indifferent specimen.
- not particularly good, important, etc.; unremarkable; unnotable: an indifferent success; an indifferent performance.
- of only moderate amount, extent, etc.
- not making a difference, or mattering, one way or the other.
- immaterial or unimportant.
- not essential or obligatory, as an observance.
- making no difference or distinction, as between persons or things: indifferent justice.
- neutral in chemical, electric, or magnetic quality.
- not differentiated or specialized, as cells or tissues.
- an ethically or morally indifferent act.
- a person who is indifferent, esp. in matters of religion or politics.
- indifferently: I am indifferent well.
- indifferent (Thesaurus)