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dreary

  
   adj     ( drearier    compar)   ( dreariest    superl  )
[landscape, weather]  
gris, inhóspito  
[life, work]  
monótono, aburrido  
[book, speech]  
pesado
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dreamy, drapery, dray, dromedary

dreary adj.
deprimente

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"dreary": examples and translations in context
While his dreary little wife runs round pretending to be in charge. Mientras que su esposa algo triste corre alrededor fingiendo estar a cargo.
And don't make it too dreary. Y no la hagas muy triste.
But the dreary people one meets... Pero la gente deprimente que uno se encuentra allí...
A dreary affair about an inheritance, not worth getting angry about. Un asunto deprimente acerca de una herencia, no vale la pena enojarse por ello.
[Sighs] You're being dreary. ¿Dónde está el primo de Guillermo? Estás aburrido...
Bishop, don't be so dreary. Obispo, no sea tan aburrido.
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