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不关心
Simplified 不关心
Traditional 不關心
Pin Yin
bu4 guan1 xin1
English
  • [Medicine] aphelxia
Examples:
1. 他只关心别人而不关心自己。
He cares only for others and not for oneself.
2. 他只顾自己, 不关心我们.
He's too self-absorbed to care about us.
3. 大多数情况下,就用户而言,他们不关心我们的工作是使用层次数据库、关系数据库、面向对象数据库、平面文件系统,还是魔术来完成。
In most cases, users don’t care if their job is accomplished with hierarchical databases, relational databases, object-oriented databases, flat-file systems, or black magic.
4. 另一方面,大多数软件不知道或不关心是谁在使用它。
Most software, on the other hand, doesn’t know or care who is using it.
5. 家长不能不关心学校事务。
Parents cannot help concerning themselves in school affairs.
6. 不关心儿子到什么地方去。
She didn't care where her son went.
7. 用户对程序与打印机之间的通信问题没有多少同情心,他不关心通信是单向的。
The user isn’t very sympathetic to the communication problems between the application and the printer. He doesn’t care that the communications are one-way.
8. 用户想得到丢失的文本,而不关心哪些命令删除了它们。
The user wants the missing text without regard to which function elided it.
9. 没有人不关心自己的未来。
There is no one but is (=who is not) concerned about his future.
10. 我们不知道也不关心鼠标是如何工作的,但甚至小孩都能很好地操作,这就是习惯用法的学习。
We don’t know or care how mice work, and yet even small children can operate them just fine. That is idiomatic learning.