Hindi translation of 'monotonous'
Something that is monotonous is very boring because it has a regular repeated pattern which never changes.एकरसउबाऊएकसुरा
It's monotonous work, like most factory jobs.monotonous regularity a monotonous voice/task/diet
monotonously /məˈnɒtənəsli मअˈनॉटनअस्ली/एकसुरे रूप से
The rain dripped monotonously from the trees. It's almost impossible to say such sentences monotonously.
monotony /məˈnɒtəni मअˈनॉटनी/ uncountable noun
The monotony of something is the fact that it never changes and is boring.एकसुरापन mnएकरसता nf
A night on the town may help to break the monotony of the week. a life of secure monotonythe monotony of something the monotony of life break/relieve/avoid the monotony of something
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Example Sentences Including 'monotonous'
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Single people can cook in bulk then heat up portions from the fridge, but that gets monotonous.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Yet press stories about data breaches keep appearing with monotonous regularity because too many businesses both large and small still take a half-hearted approach to data protection.Computing (2010)
It was very monotonous work.Lost Voices of the Edwardians: 19011910 in the words of the Men & Women Who Were There (2006)
But the monologue form in itself becomes monotonous.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Passes went astray with a monotonous regularity while players often ran down blind alleys.The Sun (2012)
Rehab gets a bit monotonous.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
We hear many tales of goalscorers being in a rich vein where they hit the back of the net with almost monotonous regularity.Great Sporting Failures (1993)
It is boring and monotonous.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Life was dull, monotonous, and sodden with cynicism.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Sorry if it gets monotonous.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
He was surprised how badly dressed the British were, and he was surprised at how boring and monotonous the food was.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
It's a dull, monotonous life.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
The monotonous work involves stitching clothes alongside hundreds of other women.The Sun (2016)
You could try blaming your teachers' inability to impart knowledge on their boring and monotonous voices.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
And the monotonous speaker soon becomes a bore.23 Steps to Successful Achievement (1972)
That would only produce a dull, monotonous sound.Christianity Today (2000)
The major disadvantage of programmed instruction for most pupils lies in the absence of interpersonal relationships, so that many pupils find this technique monotonous and boring.Educational Psychology in a Changing World (1988)
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'monotonous' in Other Languages
British English: monotonous /məˈnɒtənəs/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is monotonous is very boring because it has a regular repeated pattern which never changes.
It's monotonous work, like most factory jobs.
- American English: monotonous
- Arabic: مُـمِلٌّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: monótono
- Chinese: 单调的
- Croatian: monoton
- Czech: monotónní
- Danish: monoton
- Dutch: monotoon
- European Spanish: monótono
- Finnish: yksitoikkoinen
- French: monotone
- German: monoton
- Greek: μονότονος
- Italian: monotono
- Japanese: 単調な
- Korean: 단조로운
- Norwegian: monoton
- Polish: monotonny
- European Portuguese: monótono
- Romanian: monoton
- Russian: монотонный
- Spanish: monótono
- Swedish: monoton
- Thai: น่าเบื่อหน่ายเพราะซ้ำซาก
- Turkish: tekdüze
- Ukrainian: монотонний
- Vietnamese: đơn điệu
Translation of monotonous from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary