English translation of 'noioso'
noioso non si traduce mai con la parola inglese noisy
'noioso' in Other Languages
British English: boring /ˈbɔːrɪŋ/ ADJECTIVE
If you say that someone or something is boring, you think that they are very dull and uninteresting.
...a boring job.
- American English: boring
- Arabic: مـُمِلّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: chato
- Chinese: 令人厌烦的
- Croatian: dosadan
- Czech: nudný
- Danish: kedelig
- Dutch: saai
- European Spanish: aburrido
- Finnish: tylsä ikävystyttävä
- French: ennuyeux
- German: langweilig
- Greek: ανιαρός
- Italian: noioso
- Japanese: 退屈な
- Korean: 지루한
- Norwegian: kjedelig
- Polish: nudny
- European Portuguese: maçador
- Romanian: plictisitor
- Russian: скучный
- Spanish: ser aburrido
- Swedish: tråkig
- Thai: น่าเบื่อ
- Turkish: sıkıcı
- Ukrainian: нудний
- Vietnamese: tẻ nhạt
British English: staid ADJECTIVE
If you say that someone or something is staid, you mean that they are serious, dull, and rather old-fashioned.
...a staid seaside resort.
British English: tedious ADJECTIVE
If you describe something such as a job, task, or situation as tedious, you mean it is boring and rather frustrating.
Such lists are long and tedious to read.
British English: tiresome ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone or something as tiresome, you mean that you find them irritating or boring.
...the tiresome old lady next door.
Translation of noioso from the Collins Italian to English Dictionary
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