Translation of monotony in Spanish:

monotony

monotonía, n.

Pronunciation /məˈnɑtni//məˈnɒt(ə)ni/

noun

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    monotonía feminine
    to break the monotony romper la monotonía
    • Once again, contrast piping or tone-on-tone jacquard prints are a great way to break up the monotony of solids.
    • All of these methods can break the muscle monotony of traditional routines and shock complacent bodyparts into new gains.
    • Metallic fabrics broke the monotony of a restrained colour palette dominated by greys and blush pink.
    • As he headed out to his next class, he hoped the test scores, when they came out, would give him a break from the normal monotony of his life.
    • So short are the new trees that not a leaf breaks the angular monotony of gabled roof lines.
    • They watch football to lose themselves in the game and take a break from the everyday monotony of their lives.
    • This was evident, too, in the terrible monotony of the subjects studied and the very limited variety of the sources used.
    • He had a penchant for framing shots through the spokes of the nearest wagon wheel, to break up the visual monotony of a scene.
    • The Tallahassee cop decided to play a little gag to break the monotony of a training mission.
    • Midsummer vacations are eagerly awaited every year by all students with the sole objective of getting a break from the monotony of studies.
    • Each artist had her dress in a different colour avoiding the monotony of uniformity.
    • It broke up the monotony of the water and it was interesting the way the boat appeared to nod as it rode the waves.
    • A great tasting meal replacement breaks the monotony of your diet.
    • There is very little to break the familiarity and deadening monotony of Aslam's routine.
    • The tedious monotony of his job did not deter him from being innovative.
    • It will break the daily monotony of riding on cramped and airless trains.
    • The football season was in full swing, and the monotony of routine has set in.
    • Still, while locked up, the inmates look for something to relieve the boredom and monotony of prison life.
    • Occasionally breakdown to break the monotony of a long journey with frequent stops.
    • In fact, it's likely they may be tired and dreading the monotony of a step routine.