Translation of wearing in Spanish:

wearing

Pronunciation: /ˈwerɪŋ; ˈweərɪŋ/

adj

  • 1.1 (tiring, tiresome) [journey] cansado or (AmS) cansador or (Col, Ven) cansón
    More example sentences
    • Fishing the bigger French lakes can be physically wearing and damned hard work.
    • Asked if the lack of recuperation time between the seasons is a wearing experience, Foster gives a definitive yes.
    • What might be a lot of fun at a rum-fuelled street party makes for a sometimes wearing experience in other contexts.
    1.2 (damaging)to be wearing on sth it's less wearing on the engine desgasta menos el motor, es menos perjudicial para el motor it's very wearing on the nerves te saca de quicio, te pone los nervios de punta

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