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dull US English

Lacking interest or excitement

dull-witted US English

Slow to understand; stupid

dull-coloured US English

Of a dull colour such as light brown

dull as dishwater US English

Extremely dull

dull the edge of US English

Cause to be less keenly felt; reduce the intensity or effectiveness of

dull the edge of in dull US English

Cause to be less keenly felt; reduce the intensity or effectiveness of

dull US Thesaurus

a dull novel

dull English-Spanish

apagado

a dull old stick in stick English-Spanish

un tipo aburrido, un muermo

a deadly dull evening in dull English-Spanish

una noche terriblemente aburrida

the day was dismally dull in dismally English-Spanish

hacía un tiempo deprimente

it's rather dull out today in dull English-Spanish

hoy está bastante nublado

it's rather slow and heavy going: in a word, dull in word English-Spanish

es bastante lento y pesado; en una palabra, es aburrido

he drank to dull his grief in dull English-Spanish

bebía para ahogar las penas

a dull moan struck her ear in strike English-Spanish

un gemido apagado llegó hasta sus oídos

I'm really sorry about the dull meal in sorry English-Spanish

siento mucho que la comida sea tan pobre

I would describe the book as dull and repetitive in describe English-Spanish

yo diría que es un libro soso y repetitivo

all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy in work English-Spanish

hay que dejar tiempo para el esparcimiento

there were some exciting moments at the end, but otherwise it was a dull game in otherwise English-Spanish

hubo algunos momentos de emoción al final, pero por lo demás


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