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demanding
American English: /dəˈmændɪŋ/
British English: /dɪˈmɑːndɪŋ/

Translation of demanding in Spanish:

adjective

  • (job)
    que exige mucho
    (book/music)
    he's a demanding teacher
    es un profesor exigente
    she's a very demanding child
    es una niña que exige mucha atención
    it's physically demanding
    es agotador
    Example sentences
    • It is a highly complex and demanding task that requires that a number of skills be performed simultaneously.
    • Raising children is a demanding task; it requires energy and attention round the clock.
    • Should that benefactor be reading this column, I should like to point out to them that writing a weekly column for the paper can be an arduous and demanding task at times.

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