Definición de slovenly en inglés:

slovenly

Silabificación: slov·en·ly
Pronunciación: /ˈsləvənlē
 
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adjetivo

1(Especially of a person or their appearance) messy and dirty: he was upbraided for his slovenly appearance
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Yet despite his slovenly appearance, somehow Araki is always followed by lovely young ladies in kimonos and gangs of sharp-dressed yes men.
  • But, you also say that the big boss doesn't take your co-worker's slovenly appearance quite as seriously as you do.
  • The primary point of the character is to provide a source of gross-out humor, as the group reacts to his slovenly appearance and phlegmy cough.
Sinónimos
1.1(Especially of a person or action) careless; excessively casual: slovenly speech
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • But T-shirts stretched over protruding bellies, shorts exposing hairy legs, and toes sprouting out of sandals are not casual - they're slovenly.
  • Then again, if he's objecting to your haphazard grammar and slovenly spelling, he has a point.
  • You can't let it out of control, though, otherwise you'll grow slovenly and disgusting.
Sinónimos
careless, slapdash, slipshod, haphazard, hit-or-miss, untidy, messy, negligent, lax, lackadaisical, slack
informal sloppy, slaphappy

Derivativos

slovenliness

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • They went on to accuse the by-then dead Sherburn of sloppy scholarship, slovenliness in proofreading, deception, ruthless and clumsy editing, prudery, censorship, and the hostile trivialization of a great work of Western literature.
  • George Orwell wrote that the English language ‘becomes ugly and inaccurate because our thoughts are foolish, but the slovenliness of our language makes it easier for us to have foolish thoughts.’
  • He told ludicrous stories about seeing empty bottles and litter piled ‘one meter deep’ along roadsides in America, illustrating our environmental slovenliness.

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