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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
Regionalism used in Bolivia
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A mí el reguetón no me divierte; me parece muy cansón.I don't enjoy reggaeton; I think it's very tiresome.
Mis papás me cuentan que de niño me ponía muy cansón a veces.My parents tell me I could get really annoying at times as a child.
Hacia la mitad, la novela se vuelve lenta y cansona.Toward the middle, the novel turns slow and tedious.
Pablo encontraba muy cansón tener que afeitarse todas las mañanas.Pablo found it really wearisome to have to shave every morning.
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