Translation of world-weary in Spanish:

world-weary

cansado de la vida, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈwərld ˌwɪ(ə)ri///

adjective

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    (person) cansado de la vida
    (person) hastiado
    (attitude) de hastío
    • The image of anxious and world-weary detectives puffing frantically on cigarettes outside interview rooms may still be a hallmark of TV drama.
    • Pop music has always possessed a fetish for the combination of youth and musical skill, apparently since it takes a mature, world-weary mind to write a catchy pop hook.
    • ‘Good luck trying to find your trends,’ he said with a world-weary head shake.
    • Her boss, Keith, is a world-weary figure whose vast experience is matched by his ineffectiveness.
    • His growling voice, verging on the world-weary, hints at the ancient blues roots of his songs.
    • The man operating the cash register sighed in a world-weary fashion and darted his eyes around to ensure there weren't too many people around.
    • This is a tough, cynical world with plenty of murders and world-weary cops trying their best to solve them.
    • If his concern is with a number of unfortunate people dying, then just let him note the tragedy and leave the world-weary evaluations alone.
    • Lengthy bonding scenes follow in which, inevitably, the hardened, world-weary, cynical bodyguard learns to love the winsome little blonde.
    • He's cynical, world-weary and he won't call you the next day.
    • He reverts to the world-weary pundit voice known to viewers.
    • Indeed, he's knackered and at times seems world-weary.
    • We learn about her politics, her home life, and we become very familiar with her world-weary wit, but still she fails to ring true as a person.
    • Most of them feature sparkle-eyed children with an innocent faith in wonder winning out over cynical world-weary adults.
    • Replace it with despair, or with a world-weary cynicism.
    • Rawlins operates on the streets, filtering the ghetto life around him through a world view that is cynical to the point of world-weary.
    • It was a victory to bring a smile to the face of even the most cynical and world-weary sport-watcher.
    • I expect world-weary people, who show the physical and emotional scars of time on the inside and hold a high level of cynicism about the outside world.
    • She issues world-weary, no-nonsense wisdom as she tries, repeatedly, to convince heavyset Deb that bigger is better.
    • Aged far beyond his 47 years, he is frumpy and world-weary.