Translation of crashing in Spanish:


Pronunciation: /ˈkraʃɪŋ//ˈkræʃɪŋ/


  • 1Britishinformal

    he's/she's a crashing bore es un plomo informal
    • I think he has simply demonstrated once again why he has become such a crashing bore.
    • It's just like the issue of Aida being one of the greatest of all operas and still being a crashing bore.
    • The learned explanations by the translator were a crashing bore.
    • The staging was subpar and the costumes a crashing bore to anyone who knows anything about Wagner performances of the last 40 years or so.
    • I have visited Friends Reunited and found the whole thing a crashing bore.
    • Most of Friday's lead-up events were, not to put too fine a point on it, a crashing bore.
    • She made no bones of the fact that she thought him a crashing bore and a regular bum.
    • At a deeper level, it seems to me that she is a world-class crashing bore.
    • Two hours is just the right length to be a crashing, uncommunicative bore.
    • This isn't to say that it is, to borrow from one of its songs, a crashing bore.
    • For the rains, if anything, have now become a crashing bore in Mumbai.
    • Studying economics and only economics in the third year made life in the classroom a crashing bore.
    • In the great house-clearing of ideas which no longer serve, religion - specifically, Christianity - suffered a crashing defeat.