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tedious

adjective
 
/ˈtiː·di·əs/
boring
退屈な, つまらない
a tedious job
tediously /ˈtiː·di·əs·li/ adverb
うんざりするほど
tediousness /ˈtiː·di·əs·nəs/ noun [no plural]
退屈さ, 単調さ
Translations of “tedious”
in Korean 지루한…
in Arabic مُمِلّ…
in French ennuyeux…
in Italian tedioso…
in Chinese (Traditional) 單調乏味的,無趣的…
in Russian скучный…
in Turkish sıkıcı, bıktırıcı, usandırıcı…
in Polish nużący…
in Spanish tedioso, aburrido…
in Portuguese tedioso…
in German langweilig…
in Catalan tediós, avorrit…
in Chinese (Simplified) 单调乏味的,无趣的…
(Definition of tedious from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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