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Translation of "weary" - English-Spanish dictionary

weary

adjective   /ˈwɪə·ri/ ( comparative wearier, superlative weariest)
tired cansado She was weary after a long day of work.
wearily adverb /ˈwɪə·rɪ·li/
(Definition of weary from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

weary

adjective /ˈwiəri/ ( comparative wearier, superlative weariest)
tired; with strength or patience exhausted fatigado, agotado, cansado a weary sigh He looks weary I am weary of his jokes.
wearily adverb
con cansancio He wearily climbed up the stairs.
weariness noun
fatiga, cansancio
wearisome adjective
causing weariness agotador, pesado a wearisome journey.
wearisomely adverb
agotadoramente, pesadamente
(Definition of weary from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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