Translation of ennui in Spanish:

ennui

hastío, n.

Pronunciation: /ɑnˈwi//ɒnˈwiː/

noun

literary

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    hastío masculine
    • When our children suffer from ennui, we worry that they lack stimulation.
    • I've met a few in my time and the defining characteristic they exhibit is a rather unattractive effortlessness and ennui.
    • The books always had a point, even in their pain and desolation and ennui, he found comfort in their purpose.
    • He is portraying an English landscape of barren trees, a place of despair, ennui and fear.
    • Partly it's just a recovery attitude after a very busy month, but it's more than that; ennui perhaps.
    • How can we overcome the general ennui associated with the thought of another incredibly boring day ahead of you?
    • But for those who are privileged to get their life extended forever, will boredom and ennui not set in?
    • So, shouldn't a fellow, consigned to years of ennui, be allowed the reading material he chooses?
    • Temporary ennui or a more long-term change of direction?
    • Schultz is a man facing old age and his looming mortality with a dim sadness that seems to complement his general ennui.
    • Personally, I found it quite dull, but then I suffer from financial ennui.
    • But she went on to give a searing description of the ennui the work brings - broken only when the tea trolley arrives.
    • The physical environment itself is a crucial factor in the creation of unhappiness, ennui, anger, alienation and despair.
    • The animals at the zoo seem to be caught in that some place in-between world weariness and ennui.
    • I think I had a lingering sense of ennui that wasn't helping me stay energized and positive about my job.
    • The thought of this weekend's coverage, and the doom-laden analysis which is sure to follow, fills me with ennui.
    • It's the kind of ennui that ultimately affected his friend Vieira, who has been reinvigorated by his move to Italy.
    • I managed to fight off ennui and squeeze out an analysis of sorts after all.
    • The pain of living in this house with such ennui, such boredom for nine years.
    • One man's ennui is another man's earner, which is why we have accountants, cleaners and cooks.