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dreary

  

      adj   (=dismal)  
[place]  
triste  
→ a dreary little town        
[life]   monotone  
→ They live such dreary lives.        
[day]   ennuyeux (-euse)     
→ he gazed out of an office window on a wet and dreary day        
Translation English - French Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
adj.
morne
adj.
triste, ennuyeux
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"dreary": examples and translations in context
Mademoiselle C. shows up in a drab and dreary town. Mademoiselle C. arrive dans une ville terne et morne.
When you Learn Spanish in Cusco, studying is neither dreary nor boring. Quand vous apprenez l'espagnol à Cuzco, étudier n'est ni morne ni ennuyeux.
A civil marriage is so dreary. Le mariage civil, c'est triste.
Let them get all snarled up in their dreary hive. Laissons-les s'emmêler dans leur triste ruche.
I mean, that's just so... commonplace and dreary. C'est tellement banal et ennuyeux.
She's the only joy in this dreary place. C'est la seule joie de cet endroit ennuyeux.
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