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Translation of "dull" - English-Spanish dictionary

dull

adjective   /dʌl/
B1 not interesting soso, aburrido a dull place
not bright apagado, sombrío dull colours
A dull sound is not loud or clear. sordo a dull thud
dully adverb /ˈdʌl·li/
débilmente, levemente
dullness noun [no plural] /ˈdʌl·nəs/
insulsez, monotonía, torpeza
(Definition of dull from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

dull

adjective /dal/
slow to learn or to understand lento, torpe, tonto The clever children help the dull ones.
not bright or clear apagado a dull day.
not exciting or interesting monótono, aburrido a very dull book.
dully adverb
monótonamente, estúpidamente
dullness noun
lo aburrido, insulsez
(Definition of dull from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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