toilsome en Español

Pronunciación
adj. laborioso, arduo

Ejemplos

The historian Thomas Carlyle considered Muhammad one of the world's greatest heroes, yet even he called the Koran "as toilsome reading as I ever undertook, a wearisome, confused jumble."
El historiador Thomas Carlyle consideraba a Mahoma uno de los más grandes héroes del mundo e incluso llamó al Corán "la lectura más dura que jamás inicié, una tediosa y confusa maraña".
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For way too long forgotten and pigeonholed for baby's wear, religious rituals or wedding gowns, white garments have staged a spectacular comeback as a result of the toilsome efforts of such prestigious artists as Mercy Nodarse, winner of some major international awards in fashion design.
Por largo tiempo olvidada y encasillada para bebés, rituales religiosos o matrimoniales, la ropa blanca ha vuelto a reinar debido al trabajo sostenido de prestigiosos artistas como Mercy Nodarse, ganadora de importantes premios internacionales de diseño.
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I could kill me or try to me to dig under the wall, which is probably only a toilsome Would have been kind of suicide.
Yo me podía matar o intentar cavar por debajo del muro, Lo cual probablemente sólo hubiera sido una especie de penoso suicidio.
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Though it's hard to go to the mountain, toilsome
El camino a la montaña es muy duro y muy penoso.
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Sinónimos

characterized by effort to the point of exhaustion; especially physical effort: heavy, effortful, grueling, punishing, operose, backbreaking, hard, arduous, gruelling, laborious


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