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dreary

adjective   /ˈdrɪə·ri/ ( comparative drearier, superlative dreariest)
boring and making you feel sad monótono, lúgubre a dreary job
(Definition of dreary from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

dreary

adjective /ˈdriəri/ ( comparative drearier, superlative dreariest)
gloomy triste What dreary weather!
very dull monótono, pesado I’ve got to go to another dreary meeting tomorrow.
drearily adverb
monótonamente, pesadamente Winter drearily dragged on.
dreariness noun
tristeza, monotonía the dreariness of prison life.
(Definition of dreary from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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