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lethargy

noun [no plural]   /ˈleθ·ə·dʒi/
the feeling of being tired and having no energy letargo
(Definition of lethargy from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

lethargy

noun /ˈleθədʒi/
lack of interest or energy letargo Lethargy is one of the symptoms of the illness.
lethargic /-ˈθaː-/ adjective
letárgico She has a lethargic attitude towards her work.
(Definition of lethargy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “lethargy”
in Vietnamese tính thờ ơ…
in Arabic كَسل…
in Korean 무기력…
in Portuguese letargia, inércia…
in Malaysian sikap lembap, lesu…
in Thai ความเซื่องซึม…
in French léthargie…
in German die Lethargie…
in Catalan letargia, ensopiment…
in Japanese 無気力, けん怠感…
in Italian inerzia, intorpidimento…
in Indonesian kelesuan…
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