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tuneless
American English: /ˈt(j)unləs/
British English: /ˈtjuːnləs/

Translation of tuneless in Spanish:

adjective

  • poco melodioso
    Example sentences
    • We listened to several tuneless renditions of Little Donkey then breathed collective sighs of relief as we heard them shuffle on to the next house.
    • The sound was awful, each song was a tuneless, discordant dirge.
    • He sat as silently and as still as he could, his eyes shut, thinking private thoughts and listening to Max's tuneless, wandering hum.

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