Backbreaking in spanish

Matador

pronunciation: mɑtɑdoʊɹ̩ part of speech: adjective
In gestures

backbreaking [back-breaking] = extenuante, agotador. 

Example: Romantic comedies are backbreaking to write because they have to be fresh.

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» backbreaking work = trabajo extenuante, trabajo agotador.

Example: His book plumbs the elusive depths of slaves' resistance by showing how they created opportunities for autonomy even while immersed in backbreaking work.
Backbreaking synonyms:
hard in spanish: difícil, pronunciation: hɑrd part of speech: adjective arduous in spanish: arduo, pronunciation: ɑrdʒuəs part of speech: adjective heavy in spanish: pesado, pronunciation: hevi part of speech: adjective laborious in spanish: laborioso, pronunciation: ləbɔriəs part of speech: adjective grueling in spanish: agotador, pronunciation: gruɪlɪŋ part of speech: adjective gruelling in spanish: agotador, pronunciation: grulɪŋ part of speech: adjective toilsome in spanish: fatigoso, pronunciation: tɔɪlsəm part of speech: adjective labourious in spanish: laborioso, pronunciation: ləbʊriəs part of speech: adjective effortful in spanish: esfuerzo, pronunciation: efɜrtfʊl part of speech: adjective punishing in spanish: agotador, pronunciation: pʌnɪʃɪŋ part of speech: adjective
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