Italian English Dictionary

italiano - English

stanco in English:

1. tired tired


I'm tired.
If you're tired, why don't you go to sleep? "Because if I go to sleep now I will wake up too early."
The king was tired of his sycophants always praising him, so he sent them away.
One is more prone to make mistakes when one is tired.
It gone without saying, if you are tired, you should take a rest.
By the time our long conversation was over, Mother was tired of standing.
It is not so much the heat as the humidity that makes me tired.
Sorry I haven't fixed dinner tonight. I was so tired there was just no way.
We enjoyed seeing the city, but we got a little tired.
You look tired. You ought to rest for an hour or two.
Teachers must get tired of rectifying the same mistakes over and over again in their students' papers.
Tom's muscles were tired and he wanted to get home and soak in a hot bath for a while.
There is no point in studying if you are feeling tired.
He got tired of being the devil's advocate and now agrees with every idea they suggest, no matter how dumb.
He had been repairing the car and looked tired when I arrived home.

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

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