Translation of long-drawn in Spanish:


interminable, adj.


Pronunciation /ˈlɔŋˌdrɑn/


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    • This could be a long-drawn-out affair, if that's what it takes.
    • This time there were some terribly long-drawn-out negotiations beforehand about where we could eat.
    • Inventory reduction is a long-drawn-out and painful affair.
    • Nothing could be worse for city residents than a long-drawn-out wrangle swallowing up a bridge.
    • Moreover, she remembers my abortive but long-drawn-out attempt to learn standard Chinese after I started my job.
    • The serials are so convoluted and long-drawn-out that even if some of the evil people get punished, it may happen towards the end of the serial.
    • Ron's parents separate and initiate a bitter and long-drawn-out divorce.
    • In 1812, with the long-drawn-out war against Napoleonic France still being waged both at sea and on land, Portsmouth was a busy, various, but generally unlovely town.
    • We've talked about what I can do about it, but it would be a long-drawn-out, expensive scenario.
    • The next meet brings in legal experts so that the elderly can thrash out the problems they have when faced with complicated, long-drawn lawsuits.
    • Finally, the commission must confront, and finally put an end to, the long-drawn-out, sterile and energy-sapping ‘debate’ that revolves around the so-called high arts and Scottish traditional culture.
    • Every morning at daybreak we would hear hauntingly long-drawn fluid birdcalls.
    • I'm inclined to think not - there truly were some heart-stopping moments and long-drawn-out frustrations.
    • We have fought long-drawn battles against the Water Authority exploiting consumers in the name of water-meters.
    • Some of the world's most bitter and long-drawn battles have been fought, not between two religions, but between two sects of the same religion!
    • Last year's long-drawn-out pay dispute and strike action has left many Wiltshire firefighters with a bitter aftertaste.
    • A long-drawn bugle-note is the signal for the bull to be released from its pen.
    • All I can say in favor of this dance is that it is less hermetic and long-drawn-out than your typical Neumeier effort and that, for once, the choreographer isn't leaning on Mahler or Bach.
    • The battle for gender justice has been a long-drawn struggle.
    • In particular, imported foodstuffs from the Americas, Australia, and eastern Europe caused a long-drawn-out depression in agricultural prices, which in turn affected industry.