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monotonous
American English: /məˈnɑtnəs/
British English: /məˈnɒt(ə)nəs/

Translation of monotonous in Spanish:

adjective

  • (diet/routine/voice)
    with monotonous regularity
    con exasperante regularidad
    Example sentences
    • Interning is tiresome, in a dull and wholly monotonous sort of way, especially on Mondays.
    • Say goodbye to eating dull, monotonous and insipid food day after day.
    • It's like having an incredibly monotonous and dull job where you sit around doing virtually nothing in complete silence.
    Example sentences
    • The monotonous sound of his voice gave way to music as soon as I pressed the play button again.
    • This is perfect for business trips or for drowning out the monotonous sound of that copier next to your cube.
    • She muttered to herself as she bore the monotonous sounds of the line ringing.

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