Definición de tedious en inglés:

tedious

Silabificación: te·di·ous
Pronunciación: /ˈtēdēəs
 
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adjetivo

Too long, slow, or dull: tiresome or monotonous: a tedious journey
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The work was slow and tedious because it yielded such a huge amount of information.
  • Climbing down the side of the cliff looked far too tedious and slow for his likes.
  • After a long and tedious journey, I reached Bled, the place where the conference was to be held.
Sinónimos
mind-numbing, soul-destroying, wearisome, tiring, tiresome, irksome, trying, frustrating
informal deadly, not up to much, humdrum, ho-hum, blah, dullsville, 'same old, same old'

Origen

late Middle English: from Old French tedieus or late Latin taediosus, from Latin taedium (see tedium).

Derivativos

tediously

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The defense is very tediously going through their evidence.
  • Their servers are still being tediously slow and subject to long intervals of non-availability.
  • It's a tediously slow job checking all the sites and sorting out the queue.

tediousness

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • This will help them acquire useful skills without the monotony and tediousness of a regular school session.
  • Rather than dwelling on the tediousness of, say, running in the pool with a flotation belt for non-impact workouts, she visualized these sessions as steps toward the bigger picture - stabilizing her knee and getting back on skis.
  • But that doesn't excuse the film entirely, given the poor quality of most of the action sequences, the unsuitability of its leading man and the overall tediousness of proceedings.