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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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See also:

dreamy, drapery, dray, dromedary

dreary adj.
deprimente

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"dreary": examples and translations in context
A sea without tides is dreary. Un mar sin mareas es triste.
And don't make it too dreary. Y no la hagas muy triste.
So you can take your dreary book off the shelves. Así que puedes tomar tu aburrido libro de los estantes.
I can't understand why you're interested in Audrey's dreary book. No logro entender por qué le interesa el aburrido libro de Audrey.
But the dreary people one meets... Pero la gente deprimente que uno se encuentra allí...
Failure to make friends every time we moved to another dreary upstate town. Fracasaba en hacer amigos cada vez que nos mudábamos... a otro pueblo deprimente estado arriba.
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