Translation for 'tiresome' from English to Greek
ADJ   tiresome | more tiresome | most tiresome
SYNO boring | deadening | dull | ...
tiresome {adj}κουραστικός
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Translation for 'tiresome' from English to Greek

tiresome {adj}
Usage Examples English
  • Busuioc actually had music lessons in Timișoara for three years, but his schedule was so tiresome that he could hardly find the time to practice.
  • "TV Guide" rated "TC 2000" 2/4 stars and wrote that while the non-stop martial arts action "can be tiresome", the film does a good job of showcasing Blanks.
  • These raids, though tiresome, are, however, of no political importance.
  • Over time, some residents grew weary from constantly having to take a tiresome defensive stance, and suffered from constant teasing.
  • I found it awfully tiresome after a while, though I never find women tiresome.

  • Mary McCarthy's 1955 novel "A Charmed Life" depicts Meigs as "Dolly Lamb", a tiresome artist whose paintings were "cramped with preciosity and mannerism".
  • "The New York Times" review called the book's humor “tiresome and banal”.
  • A "Publishers Weekly" review found that the focus on the hero and heroine's insecurity became "tiresome", but lauded the comic relief provided by the secondary characters.
  • ironmongers in Hindley Street, but finding the work tiresome, decided to turn his hobby of photography into a full-time occupation.
  • While "Variety" magazine in 1924 wrote that "It should please the average audience", in 1925 "Photoplay" magazine described "The Foolish Virgin" as "silly, uninteresting, tiresome".

  • Another running joke is Scrooge reminiscing about his adventures while gold prospecting in the Klondike much to Donald and the nephews' chagrin at hearing the never-ending and tiresome stories.
  • Telugu Cinema - KB.Anand seems to have inspired by Aitey's success and started a film in that manner but his futile effort to weave a kidnap drama out of nothing is tiresome and illogical.
  • The operation of an immersion blender requires that the user hold down a switch for as long as the blades operate, which can be tiresome for the user.
  • AllMovie called the film "tiresome".
  • In 1907, Tissot conceived, with F Pellin, a Crystal radio without tiresome adjustment to receive signals aboard ships.

  • In the Philippines, it is locally known as "Sanggumay", a coined Tagalog term for "masangsang" (overpowering scent) and "nakakaumay" (tiresome).
  • In contrast, "Time Out" summed it up as a "well-meaning, not unintelligent, but rather tiresome look at the volatile relationship of two ill-matched lovers".
  • Otherwise, the walking would be tough indeed, requiring tiresome bog crossing for miles.
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