In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(task/process) laborioso(prose/style) farragoso(style/prose) poco fluidoin laborious detail — con excesivo detalle
- I thought about doing the slow, laborious walk, but shrugged off the idea.
- The message would then continue to each major city or town by regular courier until it reached its destination, a very slow and laborious process.
- It's a slow and laborious process, though, on a creaky old dial-up phone connection.
- After all, it took me many years of intense misery, guilt, shame and terror before I could learn to accept myself, and that too was a slow and laborious process.
- The journey was slow and laborious, necessitating frequent stops.
- This removes the laborious task of measuring the absolute leaf temperatures for individual plants in a population.
- And yes, its implementation can be laborious, lengthy, and slow to show dividends.
- This is slow and laborious, so the method outlined below avoids this step.
- The ruptures in Eakins's paintings also communicated the studious and laborious character of the artist's process.
- Progress was slow and laborious, and his efforts yielded a quarter of the supplies he had lost.
- This is not to say all research work performed in such an environment is necessarily dull and laborious.
- Engraving is often described as a slow and laborious process, and its practitioners as drudges, but this is misleading.
- Not even the charisma of its leading lady, Julia Stiles, can save it from the overlong bore it becomes, due to its laborious pacing and cliché-ridden script.
- Unfortunately, this can be a slow, laborious, and very deadly process.
- The Watcher In The Woods is guilty of being slow and laborious.
- The work was slow and laborious - every piece of the hard rock had to be blasted out before being broken up with pick and shovel and hauled out of the horizontal shaft.
- The colourful faces are the result of laborious work.
- His writing was laborious, as he often confessed, hers brisk and often effortless.
- His photographs on show at Victoria Miro emerge out of a laborious process beginning with an image of a building or an interior.
- Even when the film flirts with shades of grey - such as the alternate visions of heroism offered by drunken knife-wielder Jim Bowie and his foppish rival William Travis - Hancock's adherence to rousing, simplistic conventions turns his story into laborious mush.
- We are in danger of forgetting that democracy is a slow, laborious, messy matter.
- However, it makes the process of buying and selling slow and laborious and these accounts are in the minority.
- It has some glimmers of interest, and some diverting visuals, but really nothing makes up for the laborious pace and risibly bad writing.
- But I found it impossible to get to grips with, laborious and dull.
- But he became more and more irritated by the slow, laborious process of filming.
- It has transformed laborious manual procedures into rapid electronic ones.
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