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Heavy, annoying in Spanish 🇪🇸

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heavy, annoying pesado
How to say “heavy, annoying” in Spanish? “Pesado”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “pesado” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on heavy, annoying in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the word “pesado”:
– Associate “pesado” with carrying something heavy, like a “peso” (weight) that drags you down.
– Think of “pesada,” which means a heavy female (object or person), to remember the gender-changing attribute of the adjective.

– “Pesado” in Spanish means heavy in terms of weight.
– It can also describe something that is burdensome or tedious.
– When referring to a person, it implies they are annoying or bothersome.

Other words that mean the same thing in Spanish:
– Grave (also means “serious,” used for situations rather than objects)
– Cargante (annoying)
– Agobiante (overwhelming, used for situations)
– Molesto (annoying, irritating)

Alternate meanings and slang:
– “Pesado” used as slang can describe a person who is tedious, tiresome or constantly bothering others.
– In some contexts, it can also refer to someone who insists too much or is pushy.
– Sometimes “pesado” can refer to a joke that has gone too far or a situation that has become uncomfortable.

Examples of sentences:
– Este libro es muy pesado, no puedo llevarlo en la mochila. (This book is very heavy, I can’t carry it in my backpack.)
– Su actitud es bastante pesada, siempre está quejándose de todo. (His attitude is quite annoying, he’s always complaining about everything.)
– ¡Basta ya con tus bromas pesadas! No son graciosas. (Enough with your heavy jokes! They’re not funny.)
– Esta situación se ha hecho muy pesada, necesitamos un descanso. (This situation has become very burdensome, we need a break.)

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