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monotonousadjective

 us   /məˈnɑt·ə·nəs/
boring because of never ​changing: She ​stood all ​dayironing a monotonous ​succession of ​clothes and ​sheets.
(Definition of monotonous from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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monotonousadjective

uk   /məˈnɒt.ən.əs/  us   /-ˈnɑː.t̬ən-/
C1 not ​changing and ​thereforeboring: a monotonous ​job a monotonous ​voice The ​musicbecame monotonous after a while.
monotonously
adverb uk   us   /-li/
(Definition of monotonous from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “monotonous”
in Korean 단조로운…
in Arabic رَتيب, عَلى وَتيرة واحِدة…
in Malaysian nada yang sama dan membosankan…
in French monotone…
in Russian монотонный, однообразный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 單調乏味的, 毫無變化的…
in Italian monotono…
in Turkish sıkıcı, yavan, tekdüze…
in Polish monotonny…
in Spanish monótono…
in Vietnamese đơn điệu…
in Portuguese monótono…
in Thai น่าเบื่อหน่าย…
in German monoton…
in Catalan monòton…
in Japanese 単調な…
in Chinese (Simplified) 单调乏味的, 毫无变化的…
in Indonesian monoton…
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