ponderous

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İngilizce - Türkçe
cansız
masif
{s} ağır
tatsız
cansıkıcı
büyük ve ağır
hantal

Foklar karada sakar ve hantal, suda ise çok zariftir. - Seals are clumsy and ponderous on land, but very graceful in the water.

{s} hareketsiz
{s} sıkıcı

Yaşlı profesörün dersleri dolambaçlı ve sıkıcıdır. - The old professor's lectures are long-winded and ponderous.

ponder
iyice düşünmek
ponder
düşünüp taşınmak
ponder
gönlüne danışmak
ponder
üzerinde düşünmek
ponder
fikir yormak
ponder
düşün

Onu bir an için düşünelim. - Let's ponder that for a moment.

Soruyu bir süre düşünüp taşındı. - She pondered the question for a while.

ponder
düşünmek

Bunu düşünmek zorunda kalacağım. - I'll have to ponder this one.

anything huge and ponderous
bir şey çok büyük ve hantal
ponder
{f} kafa patlatmak
ponder
{f} ölçüp biçmek
ponder
{f} düşünüp taşınmak, zihninde tartmak, uzun uzun düşünmek
ponder
{f} kafa yormak
ponder
ölçüp tartmak
ponderously
ağır ağır
ponderously
sıkıcı bir şekilde
İngilizce - İngilizce
Characterized by or associated with pondering

They are the pleasantest of all companions, and perhaps the most affluent in correct opinions of men and things generally, although little addicted to ponderous consideration or deep research.

Heavy, massive, weighty

The great elephant, when the cage was being placed, would, at a signal from its keeper, place its ponderous head against one side of the cage and push.

Clumsy, unwieldy, or slow, especially due to weight

Following his steps . . . came two elderly women of the lower middle class, one stout and ponderous, the other rosy cheeked and nimble.

Serious, onerous, oppressive

For the time, her own body was the source of all the life in the world, which tried to burst forth here—there—and was repressed now by Mr. Bax, now by Evelyn, now by the imposition of ponderous stupidity.

Dull, boring, tedious; long-winded in expression

s certainly as any one said anything in her presence that she had occasion to repeat, she changed the wording to six-syllabled mouthfuls, delivered with ponderous circumlocution.

Dense
unusually weighty or forcible
{a} weighty, heavy, forcible, strong
disapproval Ponderous writing or speech is very serious, uses more words than necessary, and is rather dull. He had a dense, ponderous style. + ponderously pon·der·ous·ly the rather ponderously titled `Recommendation for National Reconciliation and Salvation'
Heavy; dull; wanting; lightless or spirit; as, a ponderous style; a ponderous joke
Very heavy; weighty; as, a ponderous shield; a ponderous load; the ponderous elephant
A movement or action that is ponderous is very slow or clumsy. His steps were heavy and ponderous. + ponderously pon·der·ous·ly Wilson shifted ponderously in his chair
slow and laborious because of weight; "the heavy tread of tired troops"; "moved with a lumbering sag-bellied trot"; "ponderous prehistoric beasts"; "a ponderous yawn"
Important; momentous; forcible
Slow and heavy
having great mass and weight and unwieldiness; "a ponderous stone"; "a ponderous burden"; "ponderous weapons"
Even less balanced than a "hearty" or "sturdy" wine The sole impact is one of high alcohol and "body" character Little or no acid/tannin content An everyday red wine, similar to a french "vin ordinaire" country wine sold by alcohol content, can be an example
labored and dull; "a ponderous speech
having great mass and weight and unwieldiness; "a ponderous stone"; "a ponderous burden"; "ponderous weapons" labored and dull; "a ponderous speech
clumsy and unwieldy because of its weight
Extremely dull or boring
labored and dull; "a ponderous speech"
British jokes
{s} heavy, weighty; ungainly, awkward; dull, boring, tedious
ponder
To consider (something) carefully and thoroughly; to chew over, to mull over

time to ponder over its fallacies.

ponderously
in a ponderous manner; very slowly
ponder
to meditate or reflect upon
ponder
{v} to consider, think, mute, weigh
ponderousness
{n} weight, heaviness
ponder
reflect deeply on a subject; "I mulled over the events of the afternoon"; "philosophers have speculated on the question of God for thousands of years"; "The scientist must stop to observe and start to excogitate"
ponder
To think; to deliberate; to muse; usually followed by on or over
ponder
To weigh in the mind; to view with deliberation; to examine carefully; to consider attentively
ponder
If you ponder something, you think about it carefully. I found myself constantly pondering the question: `How could anyone do these things?' The Prime Minister pondered on when to go to the polls I'm continually pondering how to improve the team. to spend time thinking carefully and seriously about a problem, a difficult question, or something that has happened = consider (ponderer , from ponderare, from pondus )
ponder
To wonder, to think of deeply
ponder
To weigh
ponder
{f} reflect; think; consider; meditate
ponderously
in a heavy ponderous manner; "he moves ponderously"
ponderously
In a ponderous manner
ponderously
in an uninterestingly ponderous manner; "the play was staged with ponderously realistic sets
ponderously
in a heavy ponderous manner; "he moves ponderously" in an uninterestingly ponderous manner; "the play was staged with ponderously realistic sets
ponderously
in an uninterestingly ponderous manner; "the play was staged with ponderously realistic sets"
ponderously
heavily, weightily; in a dull manner, tediously, boringly
ponderousness
The quality or state of being ponderous; ponderosity
ponderousness
The quality of being ponderous
ponderousness
the property of being large in mass
ponderous