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German translation of “stale”

stale

adjective /steil/
(of food etc) not fresh and therefore dry and tasteless
alt
stale bread.
no longer interesting
abgestanden
His ideas are stale and dull.
no longer able to work etc well because of too much study etc
verbraucht
If she practises the piano for more than two hours a day, she will grow stale.
(Definition of stale from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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