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Definition of 'pall'

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Example sentences containing 'pall'

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Mumbles Head at the other side of the bay had disappeared under a grey pall of rain. Secombe, Fred GOODBYE CURATE (2001)Glancing across the road as he drove towards the coast the driver saw the white pall lying across the newly turned stubble and stared. Barbara Erskine HIDING FROM THE LIGHT (2001)

Synonyms of 'pall'

become boring, become dull, become tedious, become tiresome

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Used Occasionally. pall is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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Translations for 'pall'

British English: pall VERB
If something palls, it becomes less interesting or less enjoyable after a period of time.
Already the allure of meals in restaurants had begun to pall.
  • American English: pall
  • Brazilian Portuguese: perder a graça
  • Chinese: 使...失去兴趣
  • European Spanish: cansar
  • French: perdre de son attrait
  • German: an Reiz verlieren
  • Italian: venire a noia
  • Japanese: つまらなくなる
  • Korean: 시들해지다
  • European Portuguese: perder a graça
  • Spanish: cansar

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