Bore meaning in English

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to bore (somebody with something): to tire, to annoy, to bother (somebody with something) verb
Am I boring you with my stories? You look sleepy.
You bore me to death. You really, really don't interest me.
to be bored: to be uninterested, sick and tired verbidiom
I'm bored. I have nothing to do; I'm uninterested; I'm tired of this
boring: dull, uninteresting, monotonous adjective
I found the book very boring, I was asleep after 3 pages.
boredom: lack of interest, apathy noun

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