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Translation of "ponderous" - English-Spanish dictionary

ponderous

adjective   /ˈpɒn.dər.əs/ formal mainly disapproving
slow and awkward because of being very heavy or large pesado He had a slow and ponderous manner.1931
If a book, speech, or style of writing or speaking is ponderous, it is boring because it is too slow, long, or serious. pesado The ponderous reporting style makes the evening news dull viewing.1070
ponderously adverb   /-li/
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