- adj. 平凡的，没有特色的；难以区别的；莫可名状的
- n. 不属任何类型的人；难以形容的人或物
- nondescript (adj.)
- 1680s, "not hitherto described," in scientific usage, coined from non- + Latin descriptus, past participle of describere (see describe). General sense of "not easily described or classified" is from 1806.
- 1. This expression gave temporary meaning to a set of features otherwise nondescript.
- 2. Europa House is one of those hundreds of nondescript buildings along the Bath Road.
- 3. Her clothes told me nothing: they were about as nondescript and lacking in chic as it was possible to be.
- 4. The nondescript Swiss, on arrival, was to have plain clothes.
- 5. The nondescript bacteria were responsible for the infectivity of the filtrate.
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