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languid

adjective  /ˈlæŋ·ɡwɪd/ us  
lacking energy, or causing a lack of energy or enthusiasm: He sat on the porch enjoying the delicious, languid warmth of a summer afternoon.
Translations of “languid”
in Spanish lánguido…
in French languissant…
in German matt…
in Chinese (Traditional) 慢悠悠的,悠閒自在的…
in Russian вялый, томный…
in Turkish çekici bir eda ile yavaş hareket eden ve konuşan, gevşek, ilgisiz…
in Chinese (Simplified) 慢悠悠的,悠闲自在的…
in Polish leniwy, ospały…
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