- un|im|pressed [ˌʌnımˈprest] adjnot thinking that someone or something is good, interesting etcunimpressed with/by▪ Board members were unimpressed with the plan.
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unimpressed — index callous, nonchalant, unaffected (uninfluenced) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary
unimpressed — 1861, not awed, from UN (Cf. un ) (1) not + pp. of IMPRESS (Cf. impress). Used earlier in a sense of not subjected to restraint (1743). Unimpressive is recorded from 1796 … Etymology dictionary
unimpressed — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ not impressed … English terms dictionary
unimpressed — un|im|pressed [ ,ʌnım prest ] adjective 1. ) feeling that something or someone has no special qualities: Teachers were unimpressed by the boy s performance. 2. ) believing that something is not important, not good, or not true: I am unimpressed… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
unimpressed — [[t]ʌ̱nɪmpre̱st[/t]] ADJ GRADED: v link ADJ, oft ADJ by/with n If you are unimpressed by something or someone, you do not think they are very good, clever, or useful. He was also very unimpressed by his teachers... Graham Fletcher was unimpressed … English dictionary
unimpressed — UK [ˌʌnɪmˈprest] / US adjective 1) feeling that something or someone has no special qualities Teachers were unimpressed by the boy s performance. 2) believing that something is not important, not good, or not true I am unimpressed by their… … English dictionary
unimpressed — /ʌnɪmˈprɛst/ (say unim prest) adjective 1. not impressed; unmoved: unimpressed by the sales pitch. 2. (rhetorical understatement) extremely displeased: decidedly unimpressed with their behaviour … Australian English dictionary
unimpressed — adjective not thinking that someone or something is good, interesting, unusual etc: Jay seemed unimpressed by the array of finery … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
unimpressed — adj. * * * … Universalium
unimpressed — adjective Not impressed … Wiktionary