trillado


trillado
adj.
1 hackneyed, cliché, timeworn, trite.
2 well-trodden, footworn, beaten, threshed.
3 common, everyday.
past part.
past participle of spanish verb: trillar.
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trillado
participio pasado
1→ {{link=trillar}}trillar
adjetivo
1 (camino) beaten, well-trodden
2 figurado (expresión etc) overworked, well-worn
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1. ADJ
1) (Agr) threshed
2) [camino] well-trodden
3) [tema] (=gastado) well-worn, hackneyed; (=conocido) well-known
2. SM
1) (=investigación) thorough investigation
2) Caribe (=sendero) path, track
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-da adjetivo hackneyed, trite
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= well trodden, hackneyed, well-worn, well-tread, overused [over-used], overworked, stale, timeworn.
Ex. Like Theseus in the Labyrinth we need to be able to follow well trodden pathways through hypermedia materials and re-track our journey along an imaginary thread when we get lost.
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. 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. All the contributions provide well-articulated, fresh insights, even on well-tread subjects.
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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* camino trillado = beaten road.
* trillado, lo = tired, the, worn, the.
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-da adjetivo hackneyed, trite
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= well trodden, hackneyed, well-worn, well-tread, overused [over-used], overworked, stale, timeworn.

Ex: Like Theseus in the Labyrinth we need to be able to follow well trodden pathways through hypermedia materials and re-track our journey along an imaginary thread when we get lost.

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: 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: All the contributions provide well-articulated, fresh insights, even on well-tread subjects.
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.
* camino trillado = beaten road.
* trillado, lo = tired, the, worn, the.

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trillado -da
adjective
hackneyed, trite
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Del verbo trillar: (conjugate trillar)

trillado es:

el participio

Multiple Entries:
trillado    
trillar
trillar (conjugate trillar) verbo transitivo
to thresh
trillado,-a adjetivo fig (muy conocido) trite, commonplace
trillar verbo transitivo to thresh
'trillado' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
trillada
- tópico
- visto
English:
derivative
- hackneyed
- trite
- well
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trillado, -a adj
[tema] well-worn, hackneyed; [eslogan] trite, hackneyed; [camino] well-trodden;
fuera de los caminos trillados off the beaten track
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trillado
adj fig
hackneyed, clichéd
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trillado, -da adj
: trite, hackneyed

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • trillado — tril·la·do …   English syllables

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