Traducción de plodding en Español:


lento y pesado, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈplɒdɪŋ//ˈplɑdɪŋ/


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    (step/pace) lento y pesado
    (student) lento pero que pone empeño
    (student) lento pero empeñoso América Latina
    • And it is, say those familiar with previous inspections, a plodding, unglamorous business involving diplomacy, boring leg work, cunning and much analysis.
    • For adults, it will seem extremely plodding and predictable.
    • The only highlights of this uneven, plodding documentary are the (far too few) moments when we do see footage from his films.
    • At this point, the movie slows to a talkative, plodding pace and loses most of its early energy.
    • In the various stages of its existence, the fortress would have sheltered both plodding as well as derelict rulers fleeing the rage of enemies or the wrath of their own masses.
    • Nevertheless, for a short book it develops an amazing richness of colorful detail, so that there is never a dull moment nor a plodding page.
    • Unfortunately, that decision really makes this a slow, plodding film.
    • The acting from the four members of the cast is adequate, but the real problem is the plodding pace of the script and the somewhat laboured dialogue.
    • And it hurts when we have this clumsy, plodding exchanges because he was my best friend, and now we can't seem to talk to each other without diffidence and discomfort.
    • I pulled on Jonathan's arm, urging him to stop the oxen in the their slow plodding steps.
    • And that was probably all that saved them from another embarrassingly low finish as this plodding ballad sent the entire world to sleep simultaneously.
    • Last week he tackled the thorny issue of pensions in front of a group of retired folk with the use of cardboard slides to illustrate his points, looking and sounding more like a plodding professor than the next president.
    • Married to a plodding farmer, who for 15 years didn't have a clue about her secret life, things must have been pretty dull for her.
    • He's a plodding, conventional square, she's a get-ahead, modern girl who doesn't need to cling to conventional wisdom.
    • Oh, no - not another one of those plodding Russian plays swamped by dreary intellectuals and miserable servants…
    • Lame gags, boring characterization, and a plodding story makes for a very long 97 minutes.
    • Two words that describe the pace and plot of this film are plodding and uninteresting.
    • The show itself, though, with live music and a terrible plodding half hour album chart at the beginning, had lost much of its life and vitality, which is a shame.
    • In a set comprising 20-odd songs there's something for everyone though, if just a few too many plodding ballads.
    • The actors, left with little choice but to act their socks off to save face, sporadically energise the plodding script but there are many dull stretches.
    • It was a speech that showed a self-absorption and a plodding mind of the sort that simply will not work on the campaign trail.
    • I found it plodding, uninteresting, and, with the substitution of repetition for analysis, rather less informative than might be expected.
    • Aunt Leah was a plodding woman of innocent wit and demeanor, more loveable than pathetic, less an adult than an overgrown child.