Definición de monotonous en inglés:

monotonous

Silabificación: mo·not·o·nous
Pronunciación: /məˈnätn-əs
 
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adjetivo

1Dull, tedious, and repetitious; lacking in variety and interest: the statistics that he quotes with monotonous regularity
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Interning is tiresome, in a dull and wholly monotonous sort of way, especially on Mondays.
  • Say goodbye to eating dull, monotonous and insipid food day after day.
  • It's like having an incredibly monotonous and dull job where you sit around doing virtually nothing in complete silence.
Sinónimos
tedious, boring, dull, uninteresting, unexciting, wearisome, tiresome, uninvolving, repetitive, repetitious, unvarying, unchanging, unvaried, humdrum, ho-hum, routine, mechanical, mind-numbing, soul-destroying; colorless, featureless, dreary
informal deadly, samey, dullsville
1.1(Of a sound or utterance) lacking in variation in tone or pitch: soon we heard a low, monotonous wailing of many voices
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The monotonous sound of his voice gave way to music as soon as I pressed the play button again.
  • This is perfect for business trips or for drowning out the monotonous sound of that copier next to your cube.
  • She muttered to herself as she bore the monotonous sounds of the line ringing.
Sinónimos
toneless, flat, uninflected, soporific

Derivativos

monotonously

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Here the actors spoke slowly, reverently, and monotonously, with pauses long enough for the audience to go out for a smoke.
  • They just keep on turning out winners almost monotonously.
  • They have not lost at the ground in a league game in 11 visits, and won yesterday in a manner which has become monotonously predictable.

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