manido


manido
adj.
1 trite, hackneyed, cliché.
2 shop-worn, worn.
3 gamey, gamy.
4 full, swarming.
past part.
past participle of spanish verb: manir.
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manido
adjetivo
1 (frase) hackneyed; (tema) stale
2 (objeto) well-worn
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ADJ
1) (=trillado) [tema] trite, stale; [frase] hackneyed
2) (=pasado) [carne] high, gamy; [frutos secos] stale
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-da adjetivo <frase> hackneyed; <tema> stale
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= rank, hackneyed, worn, well-worn, jaded, overused [over-used], overworked, stale, timeworn.
Ex. And what I'm trying to suggest is that there's something shameful about a profession that has allowed this kind of blatant and rank ethnocentrism, racism, chauvinism, the whole schmier, to persist this long.
Ex. It is the order of words that helps us to distinguish between 'office post' and 'post office' or, to quote the hackneyed example, 'blind Venetian' and 'Venetian blind'.
Ex. Mearns warns us, 'Recollection is treacherous; it is usually too broad or too narrow for another's use; and what is more serious, it is frequently undependable and worn and feeble'.
Ex. To use a well-worn example, the string (2) physiotherapy (6) nurses $h for (6) bibliographies obviously represents a different sense from the similar string (2) physiotherapy (6) bibliographies (6) nurses $h for.
Ex. He is notorious for poking fun at those who advance jaded, esoteric ideas about the importance of studying classical languages.
Ex. Sustainable agriculture has become a very over-used concept.
Ex. User-friendliness is a much overworked phrase which has been interpreted in different ways by software houses.
Ex. We librarians are already infiltrators into the stale round of our readers' domestic daily life.
Ex. This is in stark contrast to the warped logic and timeworn language to which Lebanon's rulers resorted in the wake of the tragedy.
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* composición musical manida = war horse.
* manido, lo = worn, the.
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-da adjetivo <frase> hackneyed; <tema> stale
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= rank, hackneyed, worn, well-worn, jaded, overused [over-used], overworked, stale, timeworn.

Ex: And what I'm trying to suggest is that there's something shameful about a profession that has allowed this kind of blatant and rank ethnocentrism, racism, chauvinism, the whole schmier, to persist this long.

Ex: It is the order of words that helps us to distinguish between 'office post' and 'post office' or, to quote the hackneyed example, 'blind Venetian' and 'Venetian blind'.
Ex: Mearns warns us, 'Recollection is treacherous; it is usually too broad or too narrow for another's use; and what is more serious, it is frequently undependable and worn and feeble'.
Ex: To use a well-worn example, the string (2) physiotherapy (6) nurses $h for (6) bibliographies obviously represents a different sense from the similar string (2) physiotherapy (6) bibliographies (6) nurses $h for.
Ex: He is notorious for poking fun at those who advance jaded, esoteric ideas about the importance of studying classical languages.
Ex: Sustainable agriculture has become a very over-used concept.
Ex: User-friendliness is a much overworked phrase which has been interpreted in different ways by software houses.
Ex: We librarians are already infiltrators into the stale round of our readers' domestic daily life.
Ex: This is in stark contrast to the warped logic and timeworn language to which Lebanon's rulers resorted in the wake of the tragedy.
* composición musical manida = war horse.
* manido, lo = worn, the.

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manido -da
adjective
‹frase› hackneyed; ‹tema› stale
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manido
-da adjetivo ‹frasehackneyed;


temastale
manido,-a adjetivo well-worn
'manido' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
gastada
- gastado
- manida
English:
derivative
- hackneyed
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manido, -a adj
un tema muy manido a well-worn o much-discussed topic
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manido
adj fig
clichéd, done to death fam
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manido, -da adj
: hackneyed, stale, trite

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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