Italian English Dictionary

italiano - English

stanco in English:

1. weary weary


She was weary with age.
I was weary of doing the same thing over and over again.
He'd sat down for a moment to rest his weary legs and suddenly looked up and saw an elderly woman before him.
There is no rest for the weary.
The old man beguiled the weary day with cards.
Come on, sit down and rest your weary legs.
Weary as an adjective means "very tired or worn out," like weary students who finished a long week of studying and taking tests.
She suddenly felt old and weary.
... rhetoric has impressed violence- weary voters.
he was weary of the constant battle between them
Usually, after ten minutes or so he would make it clear that he was weary of my presence.
Children weary me with their constant questions and demands.
including her weary sister Virginia slumped in a chair,
and eventually, as news bulletins and headlines subside, a weary resignation.
I have grown weary

English word "stanco"(weary) occurs in sets:

High Hopes (Pink Floyd) - Testo Tradotto
Lyrics to Negramaro's La Distrazione