samey

samey

(ˈseɪmɪ)
adj
informal monotonous; repetitive; unvaried
Translations

samey

[ˈseɪmɪ] ADJ (pej) [song] → machacón
I find her books very sameyme parece que sus libros son todos iguales

samey

adj (inf)eintönig, dasselbe in Grün (inf)

samey

[ˈseɪmɪ] adj (Brit) (fam) (unvaried) → tutto/a uguale
References in classic literature ?
All the samey, something's got to be done about it.
Our telly will become boring and samey unless we use a different lens from time to time.
Tenders are invited for Improvement of water supply by providing/laying 100 mm dia water lines in streets opp Vijay Bank and Shakti Bhog mill in Samey pur village in AC-05 under EE(North)-II.
And something like porridge can definitely become samey if you don't try to mix it up and create a bit of excitement with your breakfast.
People have criticised BGT for sticking with the same format, the same judges and samey acts.
It was Samey Honaryar, an Afghan who had worked as an interpreter with the US military and had fled Taliban persecution hoping to find asylum here.
I'm beginning to fear for this relationship now," he insisted as blissfully contented Jamie and Manuela chugged ineptly around samey silly obstacle courses.
The American high-school genre can feel a bit overdone and samey, but this was refreshing, at times almost satirical, and definitely had some laugh-out-loud moments.
Bath and shower products can all be a little samey, but when we opened the box housing Superdrug's Limited Edition Sweet Shop range, we just had to take them home.
A lot of the new stadiums look nice but are a bit samey.
Jetpacks' third album is serious, earnest guitar indie which can grow a little samey over the course of 11 tracks but at times (on the Glasvegas-ey Peace Sign) genuinely excites.
These cop shows can be pretty samey and it was one variation that I didn't think had been done.