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See the entry forwearing.
Present participle ofwear.


An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (tiring)
a. agotador
After a wearing practice, the players are ready for a big lunch.Después de un entrenamiento agotador, los jugadores están listos para un gran almuerzo.
b. desgastante
This type of physical labor is wearing on the body.Esta clase de trabajo físico es desgastante para el cuerpo.
c. cansador
It was a wearing eight-hour journey with two screaming children in the back seat.Fue un viaje cansador de ocho horas con dos niños gritones en el asiento trasero.
d. cansado
The negotiations were a wearing experience for everyone.Las negociaciones fueron una experiencia cansada para todos.
e. pesado
My girlfriend broke up with me and I was almost fired. It's been quite a wearing day.Mi novia terminó nuestra relación y casi me despidieron del trabajo. Ha sido un día bastante pesado.
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wearing [ˈwɛərɪŋ]
(exhausting) [+journey] cansado; pesado; [+activity] pesado
it was a wearing time for us fue una época muy pesada para nosotros
this can make shopping rather wearing for the diffident British tourist weeding large vegetable patches is a wearing occupation It was a wearing journey for a woman in the early stages of pregnancy The build-up to court hearings is very wearing the last few months had been very wearing and he needed a holiday
the loud music was wearing on the ear la música tan alta estaba resultando pesada or cansina
in the choral sections, the competing vibratos, especially of the sopranos, proved wearing on the ear
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