Traducción de somnolent en Español:

somnolent

somnoliento, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈsɒmnəl(ə)nt//ˈsɑmnələnt/

adjetivo

literario

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    (eyes) somnoliento
    (eyes) soñoliento
    (heat) que adormece
    (mood) aletargado
    • It is sad that there are ineffective ministers and somnolent bureaucracy giving the people a raw deal.
    • I was sick yesterday so spent most of the day catching up with taped TV shows and being generally somnolent.
    • Another herb called sarpgandha is famous for its somnolent effect, but should be used only under expert supervision.
    • But they - like the infamous somnolent dogs of Bucharest streets, like the drab, grey concrete blocks in the suburbs - are not what Romania's future is about.
    • My thesaurus lists all these unattractive equivalents indolent, somnolent, lumpish, torpid, slack, lax, good-for-nothing… and so on.
    • No one - except perhaps a few civil servants - can imagine returning to the somnolent politics of the past.
    • An hour later her powerful fingers have done the trick and I am feeling immensely relaxed and deeply somnolent.
    • The somnolent Hampden conference suddenly started to come alive as he laid into Labour as a waste of space in Westminster.
    • But there is a problem with entering such a comfort zone - yes, she could do this in her sleep, and sometimes this has a strangely somnolent effect on the reader.
    • A somnolent atmosphere hangs over the entirety of these proceedings, which mainly unfold firmly behind closed doors.
    • The man already has been discredited by the inexcusable mismanagement of his portfolio and by his spectacularly somnolent performance in the house.
    • Even though my mind has been awakened from its somnolent state, the body has been subjected to an antipodal experience.
    • I would rather have a president more commanding than somnolent.
    • In front of 1500 striking firefighters at a rally in Glasgow yesterday, the somnolent Prescott was not so much demonised as taunted.
    • Beyond the fruit trees, the road climbs into long-ago-terraced mountains, passing through several small villages where old men in berets sit in the shade of somnolent stone churches.
    • The lush and extravagant countryside, the somnolent seriousness of the army base and the intense, heavy sunlight had been most disorienting.
    • Chad Dimpler will be pleased, even if currently somnolent.
    • It would be frenetic in the day, somnolent at night.
    • By her somnolent expression he could see she was still tired.
    • Our visit was late summer early autumn, and the garden was somnolent rather than sumptuous.
    • Cut off this supply of neutrons - deliberately or accidentally - and the reactor reverts to its natural, somnolent state.
    • It wasn't his report ‘ad-libbed to a small, somnolent audience at 6.07’ that did the damage.
    • What is most disappointing is the lack of interest in this matter from the somnolent Australian electorate.
    • If you are a parent cursing a somnolent teenager for ignoring your appeals to tidy a bedroom for the umpteenth time this morning then these are the statistics for you.
    • Where there is no pain, I notice legal drugs do an excellent job of tipping you into somnolent bliss.
    • While the Committee was looking at the strange electoral role practices of the family of the somnolent Queensland backbencher, he seemed to have something different to say.
    • Most of his waking moments were spent rushing to the aid of his somnolent colleagues.
    • Except the lead character, the somnolent man, a lady and the Alsatian dog, there are no other characters in the film.
    • Compared to the somnolent and soporific gentility of late nineteenth-century verse, the poetry produced by American writers in the twentieth-century displays a remarkable dynamism.
    • The poem turns out to be notable as much for its spirited adoption of the early twentieth-century's fascination with somnolent states as for a subtle differentiation from the era's norms.
    • Men and women who lived here ate, walked and talked with a somnolent lassitude, that takes everything for granted.
    • At centre stage is not the athlete but the official belonging to somnolent associations.
    • Even the so-far somnolent Karnataka Government couldn't shut its eyes to what was unfolding.
    • All of this passed through my somnolent head in about three seconds, but I simply couldn't be bothered.
    • Clocks made from computer parts, pulp novels and funky record sleeves tick away the slightly dusty afternoon to the somnolent beat of ‘Stand by Me.’
    • To get to their house you pass somnolent cows, grazing sleepily amidst green fields, little rivulets, coconut groves and brightly painted houses.
    • But the reporter's calls obviously stirred up the somnolent possums within Labor and alerted government people to a delicious political opportunity waiting to be had.
    • Well there was a little more activity today in my otherwise somnolent lifestyle.
    • Along with his haywire fringe of Brillo pad hair, Wright's somnolent nasal drone is the single most recognizable thing about him.
    • I swung my legs off the bed and in a somnolent daze and padded towards my computer.