słownik polsko - angielski

język polski - English

nudny po angielsku:

1. boring boring


I used to use Twitter, but then found it a bit boring, so I stopped using it.
I told you the concert was going to be boring. Why didn't you believe me?
People often lie about what they did on the weekend, so their friends won't realize how boring they really are.
If it were not for books, life would be boring.
She found the evening boring and uninteresting, in short, a waste of time.
How boring.
Frustrated with the European languages, which he considered "too boring", Christopher Columbus invented "Columbian", a language so complicated that only he could speak it.
He greeted the man, and came back home, to his normal, boring routine.
You're the last person in the world I would like to see cloned; you're boring enough on your own.
As for physical exercise, although I loathe most sports (I think they're really boring), I do like going to the gym to lift weights.
The work required to investigate that is boring and wearisome.
The emotion they gave me was exquisite, but I could not preserve it, nor could I indefinitely repeat it; the most beautiful things in the world finished by boring me.
At the last office I went to I ran out of work after a couple of hours, which made the rest of the day rather boring.
All of Steve's jobs were boring or not well-paid or both.
She's so boring, don't invite her to the party.

Angielskie słowo "nudny" (boring) występuje w zestawach:

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2. dull dull


To me he's no different from a million other dull middle aged men.
dull china
In the kitchen, you're more apt to cut yourself with a dull knife than with a sharp one.
Geometry, about which I know nothing, seems like a very dull subject.
Habit converts luxurious enjoyments into dull and daily necessities.
This club is fearfully dull. The dance floor is empty and the smoking patio is packed.
To equip a dull, respectable person with wings would be but to make a parody of an angel.
If, on the other hand, children are left alone a great deal with nothing to do, they are likely to become dull and unintelligent.
Like air traffic controllers, drone pilots have high‐stress yet often dull and repetitive jobs, mostly surveilling areas for intelligence and potential targets.
It rained all the time we were there so we had a rather dull weekend sitting indoors.
The room around him became crisp, the dull firepit flaring to near blinding brightness.
If you have a dull room, what can you do to brighten it up? If you have a dull room, you can brighten it up by painting it.
dull afternoon/people/colour
Have you ever met someone as dull as he was?
For fear of the newspapers politicians are dull, and at last they are too dull even for the newspapers.

Angielskie słowo "nudny" (dull) występuje w zestawach:

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3. tedious tedious


Your eccentricities can make you either charming or tedious.
Thanks to you, the backlog of tedious work has been completed.
tedious journey/task/job
We had to listen to all the tedious details.
The lecture was so tedious that i fell asleep
It took us more than two hours because of the tedious paperwork,
Waiting for a train is tedious.
Forty percent of the workforce are white-collar workers, most of whom have some of the most tedious and idiotic jobs ever concocted.
A tedious film seems to take longer than an exciting one of the same footage.
What is the most tedious process you have ever had to go through? One of the most tedious processes I've ever had to go through was waiting in immigration at the airport.
The definition of tedious is something that is boring and repetitive
Lack of a break after a long year's tedious work will reduce the efficiency of teachers. a tedious job /ˈtiːdiəs/
She was given tedious task of entering lists of numbers.
I hate doing the dishes! It’s so tedious.
‘And it’s incredibly tedious,’ Will said.

Angielskie słowo "nudny" (tedious) występuje w zestawach:

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4. nauseous


The seasickness made her feel nauseous.
When I heard it I get nauseous.

Angielskie słowo "nudny" (nauseous) występuje w zestawach:

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5. bored


I'm bored.
Far from being bored, I had a great time.
To tell you the truth, I'm completely bored.
The more she talked, the more bored I got.
There's still a lot left to do, so I won't get bored.
At the beginning, I was bored with radio gymnastics, but now I do not dislike it.
Bored waiting or rushing off at full speed.
Soon Christopher Columbus got bored watching the noob toy getting repeatedly self-pwned; he then decided to make a fortune-teller advise him on what to do with such a pointless toy.
I would be bored if I had to count to five hundred twenty-four thousand three hundred seventy-two.
Imogen of the Internet is fighting six bored housewives to win an eBay auction for a bag of premium chai tea.
Sarah gets very bored listening to her grandparents rambling on about old times.
I visited my friend last week, but she spent all her time on her smartphone. She didn't talk to me so I was really bored.
Intelligent people don’t get bored.
It was a ​cold, ​wet ​day and the ​children were bored.
Ken never gets bored at work because he meets new people every day

Angielskie słowo "nudny" (bored) występuje w zestawach:

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A work of art

6. vapid



Angielskie słowo "nudny" (vapid) występuje w zestawach:

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7. dreary


It's a dreary place.
A dreary landscape spread out for miles in all directions.
I've got to go to another dreary meeting tomorrow.
Today's weather is dreary and depressing.
what are other words for dreary? dismal, dull, gloomy, cheerless, dark, bleak, drab, sad, tedious, depressing
I'm ashamed to tell such a muddled story in this dreary, rainy season, but please bear with me for a while.
What makes life dreary is the want of motivation.
“There is nothing more gray, stultifying, or dreary than life lived inside the confines of a theory.”
She had spent another dreary day in the office
a rainy, dreary day
No one likes dreary people.
The party was dreary so I left early.
I would not ask you to stay in such a dreary place!
I find my job really dreary.
Then, although it was dreary up to the other day, everywhere were flowers, flowers, flowers.

Angielskie słowo "nudny" (dreary) występuje w zestawach:

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8. drab


people forced to live grey, drab existences in ugly towns
a drab live
Hospitals are drab, dismal places, not at all designed to heal.

9. lazy


I wouldn't say that English people are lazy, but I've never seen one run anywhere.
He is lazy.
You are bound to regret it in future if you are so lazy now.
I failed the exam because I was lazy and didn't revise.
A lazy man is a burden even to the ground.
This is all brain dead regurgitation of a lazy theory.
It was clear that the lazy student would never live up to his family's expectations.
Although it seemed like a lot of money to spend just because I was too lazy to cut my own lawn, I turned the whole thing over to him.
Tomorrow, tomorrow, just not today - say all lazy people.
The lazy man frequently neglects his duties.
A warm, lazy breeze wafts across the flat, endless fields.
Serge is a lazy person. He doesn't like hard work. He gets up late and spends most of his day sitting about and relaxing.
You're so lazy, that's obvious you won't get good marks.
She’s a lazy person who expects everyone else to work hard but does nothing herself.
He was lazy and irresponsible. Thus, he was told to leave the company.

Angielskie słowo "nudny" (lazy) występuje w zestawach:

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