Mentally or physically inactive; lethargic.; (of an animal) dormant, especially during hibernation.
‘we sat around in a torpid state’
‘It was an impressive performance, especially when its two largest components, Allied Irish Banks and Bank of Ireland, both had a torpid year. The performance put the Irish market ahead of many of its peers.’
‘In under 30 minutes, we get a novel’s worth of detail about her life: her beloved but torpid husband, her ability to compartmentalize infidelity, the long shadow her father casts.’
‘Yet the field of Italian economic history is anything but torpid.’
‘He makes a hummingbird look positively torpid.’
‘The writing is torpid, the characters unfocused, the situations barely credible.’
вялый, оцепеневший, апатичный, замедленный, бездеятельный, онемелый, в спячке