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insensitive /ɪnˈsɛnsətɪv/  

  • adjective
    [more ~; most ~] :not sensitive: such as
    showing that you do not know or care about the feelings of other people
    He's just a rude, insensitive jerk.
    It was insensitive of her to say that.
    not responding to or caring about problems, changes, or needs
    an insensitive bureaucracy - often + to
    The government has been insensitive to the public's demands.
    Managers must not be insensitive to the needs of their employees.
    c not used before a noun :not greatly affected by something - usually + to
    He was insensitive to the risks involved in starting a business.
    insensitive to pain