- lackluster (adj.)
- also lack-luster, c. 1600, first attested in "As You Like It," from lack + luster. Combinations with lack- were frequent in 16c., such as lackland (1590s), of a landless man; lack-Latin (1530s), of an ignorant priest.
- 1. He has already been blamed for his party's lackluster performance during the election campaign.
- 2. But age alters many things, including men's money and lackluster love lives.
- 但是时间可以改变很多事情, 包括男人手头拮据,爱情暗淡无光.
- 3. This morning I felt tired and lackluster.
- 4. And returns will be lackluster for the majority of firms left out of the best deals.
- 5. They hoped to remedy their lackluster performance by a few changes in personnel.
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