adjective/adjetivo (lazier, laziest)
- [person/day/stroll] perezoso, holgazán, flojo [colloquial/familiar] I'm in a lazy mood ando sin ganas de hacer nada, tengo una flojera [colloquial/familiar] we spent a lazy weekend on the beach pasamos un fin de semana en la playa sin hacer nada to have a lazy eye [Medicine/Medicina] tener* un ojo perezosoMore example sentences
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- But my experience with talented people is that many are lazy and unwilling to work hard to nourish their talent.
- I am a marketer's dream, with my lazy, paranoia-based brand loyalty.
- Yet for some odd reason parent's seem to prefer that their kids be thought of as lazy rather than ignorant.
- Research has found that long, lazy summer holidays could be putting children's literacy skills at risk.
- The languid, back-and-forth rhythm of a swaying swing slows time on a lazy summer day.
- Every song on this disc is slow and lazy in that Jamaican summer vibe.
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