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for·get·ta·ble

 (fər-gĕt′ə-bəl, fôr-)
adj.
Likely to be forgotten, especially for being unimpressive: a movie with very forgettable characters.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.forgettable - easily forgotten
unforgettable - impossible to forget
Translations

forgettable

[fəˈgetəbl] ADJpoco memorable

forgettable

[fərˈgɛtəbəl] adj (= unremarkable) [film, music, game, year] → peu mémorable; [person, face] → ordinaire

forgettable

adj an eminently forgettable second novelein zweiter Roman, den man getrost vergessen kann; it was an instantly forgettable gamees war ein Spiel, das man sofort vergessen konnte

forgettable

[fəˈgɛtəbl] adjnon degno/a di nota
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