Translation of blah in Spanish:


pamplinas, n.

Pronunciation /blɑ/ /blɑː/


  • 1informal

    pamplinas feminine informal
    • Here's some blah-blah from the table of contents about it: ‘As robots become more anthropomorphic, they are engaging with us in disconcertingly emotional ways.’
    • The lyrics aren't any worse than usual, but I've never had so little else to hold my attention than this blah-blah love-everyone impressionistic nonsense.
    • Amid the usual blah-blah of political rhetoric, I found this assertion really offensive.
    • It seems every building's name starts with ‘National’, such as the National Press Building, the National Theatre and the National Museum of blah-blah.
    • All categories of cards - the mushy ones with a lot of sentimental blah-blah or the humorous ones - are all available on the Net.
    • I know it is a beautiful and magical time in a woman's life, I know all the advice-column blah-blah is absolutely true.
    • Here's where the usual blah-blah about telling our own stories our own way comes in.
    • Instead of left and right, we just don't like the bland, blah-blah, pointless, and point-of-view-less media we're getting.
    • I thought it was really terrific how he had boiled so much nonsense away and kept a particular track through the midst of all this confusion and hoopla and blah-blah.
    • On the other hand, all this blah-blah about change and platforms and national footprint and internationalism is surely powerful, too.
    • Along with the expected blah-blah it boasts that it's the only school in the province that educates students older than sixteen.
    • Despite all the blah-blah about the ‘value’ of friendship, that's not what I wanted from them.
    • Set aside all the blah-blah about whether he should be indicting people for perjury.
    • I thought it would be really boring and blah if she just gave in to Devon immediately, I mean she's not stupid.
    • It is a bit weird that the judges are constantly drivelling about innovation and blah.
    • That leaves a lot of space for non-consequential blah in between.
    • To be bored to tears, fighting sleep, regarding his conversation as blah, blah, blah, and feeling you cannot get a word in edgewise are pretty unambiguous signs of, let us say, incompatibility.
    • The press sought to discredit us as naive rich kids, the police bullied and criminalized us and the government dismissed our valid concerns as ‘blah, blah, blah.’
    • I think it's a lot of publicity, and blah, blah, blah.
    • After lots of blah blahs on the pros and cons of a relationship, he concludes that they should not be together.
    • The biggest fib, for want of a better word, was that two of the boys in the band had devised the name by blah, blah, blah.
    • I mumbled something about not living in Norway for many years, that I didn't know about the rule of car seats for big children, blah, blah, blah.
    • The department is saying something completely different, that the programs were available for everybody, why didn't they apply, blah, blah, blah, and the list goes on.
    • There was a point where they said they thought the threat had possibly been overstated, and then they started to question their sources, and blah, blah, blah.
    • You might not think it's worthwhile now, but you're going to be a hero, blah, blah, blah.
    • I know, I'm a cruel bastard, blah, blah, blah…
    • I let him babble on about how he looked forward to ‘helping out the team, working with the coach, blah, blah, blah.’
    • It is a good, basic introduction to accessibility, it links to good tutorials and has a small steps section, e.g. if you don't feel ready to add a new template to your blog you can start small by blah, blah.
    • I've often heard the changing seasons used as a metaphor for the different times in a person's life. You know the thing; spring for youth, summer for young adult, blah, blah, blah.
    • For months, the talk has been about trimming an ornamental detail here or there, eliminating this room, lowering that ceiling, blah, blah, blah.
    • If I'm walking home, minding my own business, they roll up on me and, you know, harass me, blah, blah, blah.
    • He suggested that the information society will empower the poor, combat world hunger, ensure environmental sustainability, and blah, and blah, and blah.
    • Well, they got five or six irate letters saying that the university was promoting a liberal stance, and that the university should never engage in politics, blah, blah, blah.
    • You know how they try to play up how ‘humane’ they are, using the ‘best science,’ blah, blah, blah…
    • They come up with terms like ‘progressive,’ and ‘open-minded,’ and ‘moderate,’ and blah, blah, blah.
    • Some time ago life was a real hassle to me, I hated my job, I hated my life, blah-blah you know?
    • ‘Oh, I must uphold the school's so-called perfect image, blah, blah, blah,’ I laughed.
    • Tell her you love her all over again, blah, blah, blah.
    • Plus I've got to go for a blood test at my GP, and get this security card or something that gets me into special medical things, and blah.
    • It is not the happy fairy who is here but the one who says what are you doing with your life, what is it about you that you can't get a job, blah etc.
  • 2

    blah, blah, blah bla, bla, bla informal
  • 3blahs plural

    to have the blahs estar con la depre informal


  • 1

    plomizo informal
    • Today has been a pretty blah sort of day, nothing special.
    • What it's done is ditch a blah celebrity in favor of a wow celebrity.
    • It's perfectly acceptable but otherwise about as blah and nutritious as eating sawdust.
    • If her priority is to be with you - or at least to not be languishing in a blah marriage - then she should think of ways around these roadblocks.
    • It was underpowered, the brakes were very mushy, and the styling and interior were very blah.
    • I'm not usually this irritable, but tonight's just been such a blah night.
    • Its heart is in the right place, and the cast is outstanding, but pacing issues and a blah story sour what could have been a sweet fruit.
    • The same problems plague these as well: uninteresting camera shots and blah execution by the actors.
    • The escapade and following chase sequence are pretty exciting, leading up to a somewhat blah ending.
    • I am not sure if I would rather have an extreme year like that, or a blah year like 2004.
    • Each and every one of us was so unique… and we had such a blah last name.
    • I decided to put my hair in a bun, not a stuffy, boring, blah one; but a classy, yet fun and flirty one.
    • She always wore a peasant skirt, ranging from a blah crème color to a blah brown color.
    • Nothing happens for an hour and a half, it just meanders on and on, the storyline diverges into two equally blah-blah plotlines.
    • For a lead story, it's a mostly blah article with nothing new to say.
    • What kind of blah, boring, plain, girl wears shoes without heels?
    • The latest episodes of the show have just been blah.
    • That new novel that I was looking forward to was pretty blah.
    • I once got repeatedly flamed and sent virus-laden emails because I said I thought the concept of the Rock Hall of Fame was kind of blah.
    • Every now and then, a project will come along that seizes my imagination and engages my brain but most of the time it's predictable and blah.