n. boring, drilling, act of boring a hole
There was such a big queue of people and we were told that it would take at least an hour to get our car! That was very boring.
Everything that was needed for cooking was carried by the mules, which also bore our luggage: vegetables, kitchen utensils, cooker, charcoal, etc.
It really is a city that never sleeps and it’s a city where you’ll never grow bored.
Suddenly another boring evening in a foreign land transformed itself into a night of endless possibilities.
That was very boring.
“As wet as ever,” said Alice in a melancholy tone: “And I am not so much dry as I am bored.”
However, she wanted an intelligent husband. She did not want one of those individuals that were grave and pretentious, and boring and solemn.
He pointed to a small white spot, in the shape of a star, which the child bore on his chin.
One does not have time to be bored.
Lord Fauntleroy and his mother are at the Lodge, replied the lawyer. They bore the voyage very well and are in excellent health.