In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1aburridoaburridor América Latina
- The dull grey of the rain was making the normally interesting boring and unexciting.
- Maybe your boring office job is frustrating you to the point of complete despair.
- Do I really want to spend my days doing tedious, exhausting, boring work?
- He is a wooden, boring, uninspiring, unconvincing orator, who completely lacked the common touch or any real ability to communicate with voters.
- Most people are dreading it, convinced that the sessions will be tediously boring.
- Looking for a way out of your boring and tedious job?
- She can transform the most boring plot into an interesting and informative story, which can hold the attention of any child.
- But studies have shown that children are made to do boring, repetitive and tedious jobs and are not taught new skills as they grow older.
- He becomes obnoxious, repetitive, boring, tedious.
- And our loved ones become boring, tedious, unexciting and uninteresting.
- And the most frustratingly time-consuming and boring job, one which I really loath, is shaving.
- This year's awards seemed particularly tedious and boring.
- In Good Company takes its time to build up, with Paul Weitz's firm directorial grip ensuring that it is slow without being tedious or boring.
- Australia is perhaps only weeks away from elections for a new federal government, yet we see the usual lacklustre, boring politics.
- Tired of boring old beige or grey peripherals for your computer?
- He looks remarkably cheerful for what must be a mind-numbingly boring job.
- But it was the same monotonous boring routine each day.
- No drug can get the boss off your back, shorten your hours, get you more money or make a boring partner suddenly interesting.
- It turns out that randomly selected laws lead almost inevitably either to unrelieved chaos or boring and uneventful simplicity.
- These jobs tend to be boring, repetitive, or physically hard.
1(with lathe, machine tool)barrenado masculino
2(in ground)perforación femenino
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