prosaic in Vietnamees
An expression of pleasure and of the most ordinary prosaic appetite overspread his face from ear to ear.
In these prosaic days men who are both brave and chivalrous are few.
The blotch, which until then she had regarded as the most prosaic of skin blemishes, had become an obsession.
I just want to make one very obvious point to Parliament, which may be a little prosaic.
Let me make a point that some may regard as rather prosaic.
One fairly prosaic example is the toilet paper tube.
The first area, science fiction, is no doubt more interesting than prosaic fact.
The reality was much more prosaic.
Creating competitiveness requires a much more prosaic approach.
In order to create more jobs and growth in Europe, all we need to do is to deliver on the prosaic promises we made 50 years ago.
not fanciful or imaginative: matter-of-fact, unrhetorical
not challenging; dull and lacking excitement: commonplace, unexciting, humdrum, unglamourous, unglamorous
lacking wit or imagination: uninteresting, pedestrian, prosy, earthbound