Definition of 'bored'
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Or a bored, rich housewife thing? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Another study questioned hundreds of people about how prone to feeling bored they were, and how much meaning they found in life. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He said:'This happens because people are lonely and bored. Times, Sunday Times (2016)How else is the bored housewife supposed to exercise those tricky sets of muscles? Times, Sunday Times (2009)Is he bored of his wife? The Sun (2009)My friend was lonely and bored. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You're unlikely to feel bored with it if he does. The Sun (2015)My diagnosis is bored, lonely and unemployed. The Sun (2014)She's today's bored trophy wife who married an unpleasant banker. Times, Sunday Times (2015)And there is more misery to come when his bored wife and daughter go in search of romance, forcing him to change his errant ways. The Sun (2009)
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British English: bored /bɔːd/ ADJECTIVE
If you are bored, you feel tired and impatient because you are not interested in something or because you have nothing to do.
I got bored with my job as a travel agent.
- American English: bored
- Arabic: مَلول
- Brazilian Portuguese: entediado
- Chinese: 无聊的
- Croatian: kojem je dosadno
- Czech: unuděný
- Danish: kede (sig)
- Dutch: verveeld
- European Spanish: aburrido
- Finnish: ikävystynyt
- French: ennuyé
- German: gelangweilt
- Greek: αισθανόμενος ανία
- Italian: annoiato
- Japanese: 退屈した
- Korean: 지루한
- Norwegian: uinteressert
- Polish: znudzony
- European Portuguese: aborrecido
- Romanian: plictisit
- Russian: скучающий
- Spanish: estar aburrido
- Swedish: uttråkad
- Thai: รู้สึกเบื่อ
- Turkish: canı sıkılmış
- Ukrainian: знуджений
- Vietnamese: chán
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