n (pl loaves)
- a loaf (of bread) un pan (of French bread) una barra de pan, una flauta (CS) (baked in tin) un pan de molde (country style) una hogaza currant loaf pan (m) de pasas meat loaf pan (m) de carne use your loaf! (BrE) [colloquial/familiar] ¡usa el coco or (Esp tb) la cocorota or (Col tb) la tusta! [familiar/colloquial] half a loaf is better than no bread algo es algo, peor es nada (before n) loaf tin molde (m) rectangular (para pan)More example sentences
- Sooner rather than later, you really must bake a loaf of bread.
- There is nothing as simple as baking a loaf of bread or a cake.
- We spotted this curry chicken baked in a loaf of bread at a neighbouring table.
- [colloquial/familiar] holgazanear, haraganear, flojear [familiar/colloquial] to loaf around o about he just loafs around all day se pasa el día holgazaneando or haraganeando or [familiar/colloquial] flojeando, no pega sello en todo el día (Esp) [familiar/colloquial] on Sundays I usually just loaf around the house los domingos me los paso casi siempre flojeando [familiar/colloquial]More example sentences
- Had a busy week dealing with drunk rambling boyfriends (well… not plural, there was only one) celebrating St David's day and generally loafing about.
- He is pragmatic about the idea of trendily shod herder kids loafing about the steppe.
- Only about 20 others shared in this unique experience in the screening I attended, while outside in the mall where the cinema is located thousands were window - shopping or loafing about.