- adj. 客观的；非个人的；没有人情味的；非人称的
- n. 非人称动词；不具人格的事物
- impersonal (adj.)
- mid-15c., a grammatical term, from Late Latin impersonalis, from assimilated form of in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + personalis "personal" (see personal). Sense of "not connected with any person" is from 1620s; that of "not endowed with personality" is from 1842. Related: impersonally.
- 1. The rest of the room was neat and impersonal.
- 2. The health service has been criticized for being too impersonal.
- 3. Before then many children were cared for in large impersonal orphanages.
- 4. We must be as impersonal as a surgeon with his knife.
- 5. History reduces the carnage to impersonal numbers.
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