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Spanish translation of “bore”

bore

verb /boː/
to make (someone) feel tired and uninterested, by being dull etc
aburrir
He bores everyone with stories about his travels.
boredom noun the state of being bored
aburrimiento
His speech went on and on – I thought I was going to die of boredom.
bored adjective feeling tired and impatient because you do not find something interesting or because you don’t have anything to do
Aburrido
He just sat there, looking bored I’m bored with waiting so long.
boring adjective
aburrido
a boring job This book is boring.
(Definition of bore from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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