Translation of torpor in Spanish:


letargo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈtɔːpə//ˈtɔrpər/



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    letargo masculine
    sopor masculine
    • Hasn't the Church always regained her strength in times of moral torpor by recalling the heights from which it has fallen?
    • The chorus has that air of resigned lethargy and torpor which regularly lowers over those with little or no hope.
    • The consequences you described to a friend: extreme torpor, fatigue, dizzy spells in public places, frayed nerves.
    • The Young Patriot Essay Contest will be discontinued due to the indolence and torpor of the modern youth.
    • But this is a guy who was lifted out of his generic teenage torpor only by endlessly listening to records, and who really believes music is the only reason for existing.
    • Maybe the re-appearance of her beloved Quickos will finally drag her out of this sorry state of maudlin, mumbling, booze-addled torpor.
    • These are the defilements of sensuous desire, ill-will or anger, sloth and torpor, agitation and worry, and doubt.
    • The conventional view now is of an uneducated, largely illiterate proletariat sitting in moronic torpor until the beginnings of state education.
    • It remains to be seen whether the American populace will wake from their torpor, put down the remote, and do something.
    • Behind the picture-book porticos, manicured lawns and mile-wide smiles lie anxiety, self-loathing and torpor.
    • That should keep people busy denouncing my moral torpor today!
    • Practitioners of ‘silent illumination’ came in for criticism on the account that their practice led to mere laziness and torpor.
    • He had fallen at the hands of sloth and torpor; of avarice and complacency.
    • Where physical torpor leads, mental atrophy is sure to follow.
    • The lizard refused everything and was slipping into torpor.
    • Montgomery's is a confident production that doesn't need to sensationalise to express the moral torpor and emotional immaturity of the characters.
    • This may be a sign of American democracy's torpor; or of our preoccupied sleepwalk with cults of brand-name products.
    • This may also be due to the apathy, bordering on torpor, concerning most elements of conventional politics and theories of power.
    • However, he markedly improves in his soft-spoken soliloquies, as he brings a genuine depth of feeling in conveying his domestic torpor.
    • During the spell of inertia that weaves around the village and the scorching heat which regularly topped 100 degrees we fell into a state of not unpleasant torpor.