Today’s Word: superficial

June 16, 2017 =========

☆  superficial 表面的な


A person or a thing can be superficial. If a person is superficial, it means that you disapprove of them because they do not think deeply, and have little understanding of anything serious or important. If a thing (such as an action, feeling, or relationship) is superficial, it means that it is simple and obvious, and doesn’t require much effort to understand. Here are some example sentences:

He is a superficial guy and doesn’t care about anyone else.
The book is negative and superficial; it doesn’t go into the real issues.
My roommate was pleasant on a superficial level, but we don’t keep in touch anymore.
I really only have a superficial knowledge of British pop music.

Can you use superficial in a sentence?