Translation of cliché-ridden in Spanish:


lleno de lugares comunes, adj.

Pronunciation /kliːˈʃeɪˌrɪdn/ /ˈkliːʃeɪˌrɪdn/


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    lleno de lugares comunes
    lleno de clichés
    • Both authors were quite disparaging of cliché-ridden questions.
    • Yours was a welcome breath of clarity in an otherwise cliché-ridden media spectacle.
    • The characters lack imagination, they are steeped in gender biases, and the story is cliché-ridden.
    • He wants to take your tired cliché-ridden definition of leadership and turn it upside down.
    • For the most part, her carnal humour and her bizarre witticisms are undermined by the extraordinarily conventional and unimaginative way her story unfolds, which is replete with dreary and cliché-ridden homilies.
    • Make no mistake about it, this is a cliché-ridden popcorn movie, but this time it's obvious the filmmakers intend it to be so.
    • I hate sloppy, overblown, cliché-ridden language when it is used by those who should know better - not least when it is broadcast by the BBC.
    • The modern reader suddenly remembers those Agatha Christie stories, in which the cast of cliché-ridden characters is bumped off one by one, while the éminence grise who invited them to the island or the country house lurks somewhere behind the walls.
    • It's a cliche-ridden, preposterous mess, full of ludicrously obvious plot holes.
    • These days, I have less and less patience for the corny dialogue and cliche-ridden plots of most games.