dullness

dullness
noun lo aburrido, insulsez
dullness
tr['dʌlnəs]
noun
1 (boredom) lo soso, lo aburrido
2 (lack of shine) falta de brillo
dullness ['dʌlnəs] n
1) stupidity: estupidez f
2) : embotamiento m (de los sentidos)
3) monotony: monotonía f, insipidez f
4) : falta f de brillo
5) bluntness: falta f de filo, embotadura f
dullness
n.
cortedad s.f.
deslucimiento s.m.
deslustre s.m.
embotamiento s.m.
estupidez s.f.
guasa s.f.
inactividad s.f.
insulsez s.f.
['dʌlnɪs]
N
1) (=lack of interest) [of book, lecture, person] lo aburrido, pesadez f
2) (=lack of brightness) [of colour, metal] falta f de brillo, lo opaco; [of landscape] monotonía f ; [of room] lo lúgubre; [of sound, pain] lo sordo
3) (=slow-wittedness) [of person] torpeza f

dullness of hearing — dureza f de oído


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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  • dullness — dull ► ADJECTIVE 1) lacking interest or excitement. 2) lacking brightness or sheen. 3) (of the weather) overcast. 4) slow to understand; rather unintelligent. 5) indistinctly felt or heard. ► VERB ▪ make or become dull …   English terms dictionary

  • dullness — noun see dull I …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • dullness — See dullish. * * * …   Universalium

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