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cansino

  
      adj  
1    (=lento)   weary  
andaba con paso cansino      he walked wearily, he walked with a weary step  
2    (=pesado)   tiring
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

canino, cansancio, Casio, casino

Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
he walked with a weary step
exp.
he walked wearily
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"cansino": examples and translations in context
Sr. Haydon, es extremadamente cansino. Mr Haydon, you are exceedingly tiresome.
Como suizo, debe de acabar siendo cansino. As a Swiss, that must grow tiresome.
Pero, a la larga, es cansino. Yet, in the long run, it's tiring.
Esto se está haciendo cansino, Max. This is getting tiring, Max.
Dicho esto, el maestro se alejó con paso cansino y una sonrisa en sus labios. The teacher left the room with weary steps and a smile in his lips.
El repertorio de temas, motivos y formas que propone cada temporada la industria del ocio electrónico es cada vez más previsible y cansino. The list of subjects, motifs and forms offered every season by the electronic entertainment industry is more and more foreseeable and weary.
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