Translation of platitudinous in Spanish:


lleno de lugares comunes, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌplatɪˈtʃuːdɪnəs//ˌplædɪˈt(j)ud(ə)nəs/



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    (speech) lleno de lugares comunes
    (speech) lleno de tópicos
    a platitudinous remark un lugar común
    • Well I can't think of a more platitudinous, cliché-ridden speech that I've read in several years.
    • Unfortunately, their occasionally forced and often platitudinous rhymes tend to sacrifice form for content, and usually lack the resonance of their many politically-minded counterparts.
    • Ideas endlessly repeated and permutated become platitudinous, trite, meaningless.
    • Both the words and the images articulate strong emotion with admirable economy and convey a sense of the preciousness of life without being sentimental, platitudinous or falsely hopeful.
    • The tips are the same type of common sense platitudinous advice that columnists dispense on a regular basis.