- 1 Post By TheParser
- 1 Post By phrasemix
If I say "It was a really low-key place to spend my holiday", does it mean that I'm talking about some quiet, serene, relaxing place?
***NOT A TEACHER***Maybe. But "low-key(ed) place" could also mean a place that does not try to attract a lot of attention. Perhaps a rather simple place. Not super fancy. Not super expensive. Maybe "modest" would be another appropriate word.
Originally Posted by undeddy
Meaning:Restrained in style or quality
Ex:a little masterpiece of low-key eloquence"
Your explanation is pretty good.
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