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in·dis·crim·i·nate

 (ĭn′dĭ-skrĭm′ə-nĭt)
adj.
1. Not making or based on careful distinctions; unselective: an indiscriminate shopper; indiscriminate taste in music.
2. Random; haphazard: indiscriminate violence; an indiscriminate assortment of used books for sale.
3. Confused; chaotic: the indiscriminate policies of the previous administration.
4. Unrestrained or wanton; profligate: indiscriminate spending.

in′dis·crim′i·nate·ly adv.
in′dis·crim′i·nate·ness n.

indiscriminate

(ˌɪndɪˈskrɪmɪnɪt)
adj
1. lacking discrimination or careful choice; random or promiscuous
2. jumbled; confused
ˌindisˈcriminately adv
ˌindisˈcriminateness n
ˌindisˌcrimiˈnation n

in•dis•crim•i•nate

(ˌɪn dɪˈskrɪm ə nɪt)

adj.
1. not discriminating; lacking in care, judgment, selectivity, etc.
2. not discriminate; haphazard.
3. thrown together; jumbled.
[1590–1600]
in`dis•crim′i•nate•ly, adv.
in`dis•crim′i•nate•ness, in`dis•crim`i•na′tion (-ˈneɪ ʃən) n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.indiscriminate - failing to make or recognize distinctions
indiscriminating, undiscriminating - not discriminating
2.indiscriminate - not marked by fine distinctions; "indiscriminate reading habits"; "an indiscriminate mixture of colors and styles"
indiscriminating, undiscriminating - not discriminating
general - applying to all or most members of a category or group; "the general public"; "general assistance"; "a general rule"; "in general terms"; "comprehensible to the general reader"
discriminate - marked by the ability to see or make fine distinctions; "discriminate judgments"; "discriminate people"

indiscriminate

indiscriminate

adjective
Having no particular pattern, purpose, organization, or structure:
Translations

indiscriminate

[ˌɪndɪsˈkrɪmɪnɪt] ADJ
1. (= random) [bombing, killing, violence] → indiscriminado
2. (= undiscerning) [person] → falto de discernimiento; [admirer] → ciego
indiscriminate use of pesticidesel uso indiscriminado de pesticidas

indiscriminate

[ˌɪndɪˈskrɪmɪnət] adj
[killing] → commis(e) au hasard
(= careless) [use] → inconsidéré(e)
(= undiscriminating) [person] → qui manque de discernement
to be indiscriminate → manquer de discernement

indiscriminate

adjwahllos; spending alsounüberlegt; reading alsokritiklos, unkritisch; mixture alsokunterbunt; choicewillkürlich; reader, shopperkritiklos, unkritisch; tastesunausgeprägt; you shouldn’t be so indiscriminate in the friends you makedu solltest dir deine Freunde etwas sorgfältiger aussuchen; he was completely indiscriminate in whom he punisheder verteilte seine Strafen völlig wahllos or willkürlich

indiscriminate

[ˌɪndɪsˈkrɪmɪnɪt] adj (killings) → indiscriminato/a; (person) → che non fa distinzioni; (admiration) → cieco/a
References in classic literature ?
Clymer Thos FitzSimons Jared Ingersoll James Wilson Gouv Morris
Sir,--I have read with amusement, not wholly unmixed with some less complimentary emotion, the complacent and wholly fatuous letter of James Wilson MacPhail which has lately appeared in your columns upon the subject of the blurring of Fraunhofer's lines in the spectra both of the planets and of the fixed stars.
James Wilson MacPhail, but many reasons why we should watch with a very close and interested attention every indication of change in those cosmic surroundings upon which our own ultimate fate may depend.