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sloppy
American English: /ˈslɑpi/
British English: /ˈslɒpi/

Translation of sloppy in Spanish:

adjective sloppier, sloppiest

  • 1 (careless)
    (manners/work)
    descuidado
    (English/research)
    pobre
    he's such a sloppy dresser
    viste tan mal
    anda tan desaliñado or desarreglado
    Example sentences
    • It's true that people get signed on the strength of some pretty ropey demos but you have to think about why you would want to expend the effort of being in a band and then showcase your sound in such a sloppy careless way.
    • There is no reason for the government to shape policies to protect companies that are inherently weak, or are sloppy and careless.
    • Meticulous on the one hand, but unbelievably sloppy and careless on the other.
  • 2 2.1
    (kiss)
    baboso
    Example sentences
    • I like to have my tears jerked as much as the next sloppy sentimentalist.
    • In a culture as sloppy with sentiment and theologically illiterate as ours, it's a dangerous thing to spend much time speculating about.
    • I was going to write about a couple of more films tonight, but I'm fading fast and my prose is getting a little sloppy and sentimental.
    2.2 (sentimental) [colloquial]
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