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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
Translations of “weary”
in Korean 피곤한…
in Arabic مُتْعَب…
in French fatigué…
in Italian stanco…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指長時間辛苦工作後)筋疲力盡的,極為疲倦的…
in Russian усталый…
in Turkish yorgun, bitkin, bezgin…
in Polish zmęczony, znużony…
in Portuguese cansado, fatigado…
in German müde…
in Catalan cansat…
in Japanese 疲れ果てた…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指长时间辛苦工作后)筋疲力尽的,极为疲倦的…
(Definition of weary from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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