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wordy
American English: /ˈwərdi/
British English: /ˈwəːdi/

Translation of wordy in Spanish:

adjective -dier, -diest

  • Example sentences
    • Rather it is a wordy exercise devoid of critical intelligence.
    • I feel that most stories set in the middle ages tend to fall back on the archaic language that makes it more difficult to understand and rather overly wordy - the great exception to this being Ella Enchanted, which is a fabulous book.
    • A focus on texts and their position in all kinds of Italian secular vocal music of the time leads to a rather wordy book not very easy to follow in its layout, especially when a music example precedes its reference.

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