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slapdash
American English: /ˈslæpˌdæʃ/
British English: /ˈslapdaʃ/

Translation of slapdash in Spanish:

adjective

  • Example sentences
    • This slapdash approach is already having adverse effects on Zambia, as would-be investors are not sure what the new Investment Act contains and will not put their money in unknown shadows.
    • This slapdash approach to the recording and construction of an album possibly could be financially related.
    • However, a few years back, I finally saw the light, and vowed to change my slapdash approach to personal finance.

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