Traducción de long-winded en Español:

long-winded

denso, adj.

Pronunciación /ˌlɔŋˈwɪndəd//ˌlɒŋˈwɪndɪd/

adjetivo

  • 1

    (prolix)
    (speech/article) denso
    (speech/article) prolijo
    • It is a long-winded, discursive discussion about benefits and costs, without any clarity at all.
    • None of the youngsters made long-winded speeches, but they said it all through sprightly dances that were a celebration of life and an exhibition of talent.
    • I can tell that this is going to be one of those long-winded, rambling posts about nothing at all.
    • Instead of a boring long-winded explanation, let's just leave it by saying that the real GDP is the actual GDP minus the growth attributed to inflation.
    • It seemed to Jordan that he was going into another long-winded speech.
    • ‘Most organisations have too many long-winded and boring meetings and that needs to change,’ Mr Markey added.
    • In a long-winded speech peppered with German phrases no one else understood, he made it sound as if television was right up there with sharing dirty needles or deforestation.
    • Stodgy, long-winded writing is still wasting time and money and cheating people of the chance to make an informed decision.
    • If he gives long-winded answers, you could ask three questions.
    • Danielle might have expected a long-winded, emotional speech about the woman's dream, but her tone was all business.
    • I'll have my laptop with me, so infrequent updates should be possible - just don't expect much rambling, nor any long-winded airport monologues.
    • We've all had to put up with long-winded legal writing.
    • There were no long-winded speeches boasting of his winning record or what he would do to his next opponent.
    • In the old days, legislators delivered long-winded, convoluted, extemporaneous speeches from the floor.
    • The guy thinks that attending court receptions with boring old guys reciting long-winded speeches is fun!
    • In another room, long-winded speeches are given.
    • These vigils aren't rallies or places to give long-winded speeches.
    • Allison could tell he was one to give long-winded speeches.
    • Next he had to sit through a long-winded speech for work.
    • Okay, Peter, I'll give you a break from my long-winded questions about your books.
  • 2

    (procedure) interminable
    (procedure) larguísimo