wordy en Inglés

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adj. verbose, using many or too many words, long-winded; consisting of words, verbal

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The wordy silence troubled her.
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It was a wordy, disconnected, frantic letter, a drunken letter, in fact.
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Wordy proclamations will not produce the changes we now need.
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Nor does it seem to me that the admittedly numerous and wordy amendments can restore its original force and substance.
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Too many conditions that are too wordy once again make matters much more difficult, both for our towns and municipalities and for our SMEs.
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This sentence is a little too lengthy[wordy].
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However, I would like to see the wordy commitment reflected more concretely in the actual policies of the European Union and its Member States towards third countries.
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I consider it wordy and poorly thought out.
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Mr. Castello recalled that, in the Working Group discussion, it had been recognized that paragraph 4 was very wordy and the possibility of cutting it down or removing it altogether had indeed been considered.
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More important than any wordy resolution is the political will needed at this stage to bring an end to conflict.
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Sinónimos

rambling: diffuse, verbose, dull, prolix


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