Complete Definition of "bored"

English

Etymology
From the verb to bore 'annoy', itself of unknown origin

Pronunciation
Rhymes: Rhymes:English:-ÉË(r)d|-ÉË(r)d

Verb
bored

  1. past tense and past participle of to bore

Adjective
bored (more bored, most bored)

  1. suffering from boredom
  2. uninterested, without attention

#: The piano teacher's bored look betrayed he wasn't paying much attention to his pupil's boringly stereotype rendition of the brilliantly composed etudes

  1. perforated by a hole or holes through bioerosion

Translations
trans-top|suffering from boredom
Chinese: ä¹å³
Dutch: verveeld
Finnish: tylsistynyt, kyllästynyt
French: ennuyé m, ennuyée f
Greek: ÏÏÏÏÎ·Î¼Î­Î½Î¿Ï m, ÏÏÏÏημένη f, ÏÏÏÏημένο n
Hebrew: ×ש××¢×× (mesho'amam) m, ×ש××¢××ת (meshu'amemet) f
Italian: annoiato m, annoiata f
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Japanese: ãããã (unzari)
Korean: ëë ¤ë¸
Kurdish: KUchar|بÛزار
Portuguese: furado m, furada f
Romanian: plictisit
Russian: пÑобÑÑеннÑй m, пÑобÑÑÐµÐ½Ð½Ð°Ñ f, пÑобÑÑенное n, пÑобÑÑеннÑе p
Spanish: aburrido m, aburrida f
Swedish: uttråkad
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Related terms
bore
boredom
boring

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