apathy的的用法,apathy怎么读美 ['æpəθi] 英 ['æpəθi]
the feeling of not being interested in or enthusiastic about something, or things in general
There is widespread apathy among the electorate.
lack of interest in anything, or the absence of any wish to do anything
inability to feel normal or passionate human feelings or to respond emotionally
a feeling of having no interest in or enthusiasm about anything, or of not being willing to make any effort to change things
He had, withal, the invalid's apathy and did not greatly concern himself about the uncommon fate that had been allotted to him.
After long conflicts, the second set of elections is often a story of unrealistic expectation turned to disillusion and apathy.
We may have found a cure for most evils, but it has found no remedy for the worst of them all---the apathy of human beings.
Curiously, none of this seems to have done a great deal to change Britain's political apathy.
It is bad enough when trade talks break up in acrimony; how much worse that the Geneva gathering petered out amid complacency and apathy.
By communicating with her and addressing the problem - and not the child - you can work together to stop the cycle of apathy.
"From the moment Langbehn and the children arrived at Jackson Memorial Hospital, they encountered prejudice and apathy, " the suit claims.
As if sitting and doing nothing was the best way to break a cycle of apathy.
This landslide did not signify a repudiation of the League but rather revealed the confusion and growing popular apathy over that issue.
They say apathy should not be interpreted as a desire to donate organs. Some patients oppose donation for religious and moral reasons.