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stale

adjective
 
 
/steɪl/
OLD old and not fresh
nieświeży, czerstwy
stale bread Cake goes stale quickly if it's not covered.Not pleasant to eat or drink
BORING boring or bored, and not producing or feeling excitement or enthusiasm like before
spowszedniały
I'd been too long in the same job and was getting stale.Plain and ordinaryTedious and uninspiringTedious and uninspiring
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