Translation of indolence in Spanish:

indolence

indolencia, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɪnd(ə)l(ə)ns//ˈɪndələns/

noun

formal

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    indolencia feminine
    • I quickly succumb to the languor and indolence that harks back to a more leisurely era.
    • And at this point, I'll jovially join in and roll my eyes at my own sloth and indolence.
    • Other words suggest themselves, like indolence, laziness and the relentless pursuit of inactivity.
    • I wouldn't like to use the term gradual laziness to describe the deterioration my work ethic - not when words like indolence, sloth and bone-idleness will do so much better.
    • First of all, fatness equals nonactivity in many people's eyes… not simply laziness, but mental inactivity, indolence, apathy.