soul-destroying

soul-destroying
{'souldistrɔiŋ}
a прен. убийствен, унищожителен, опустошителен
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{'souldistrъin} а прен. убийствен, унищожителен, опус
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a прен. убийствен, унищожителен, опустошителен
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soul-destroying[´souldis¸trɔiʃ] adj безинтересен, скучен, затъпяващ (за работа, задължение и пр.).

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