Translation of slacker in Spanish:

slacker

Pronunciation: /ˈslækər; ˈslækə(r)/

n

  • [colloquial/familiar] vago, (masculine, feminine) [colloquial/familiar], flojo, (masculine, feminine) [colloquial/familiar]
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    • Antoine is a layabout slacker who lives in a lounge at a health club where a friend lets him stay.
    • For the most part they're the seekers, slackers, and free spirits who tend to avoid the straight life, such as it is, for as long as they can.
    • In short, they are slackers - but, to their credit, slackers with jobs.
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    • Yes, we had slackers, draft dodgers and antiwar advocates, but they got short shrift, little attention and almost no press.
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    • Despite their slacker stereotype, many members of Generation X have grown up to be useful and productive members of society.
    • No one can represent an entire generation - including hippies, slackers, and dotcom CEOs.
    • They were a large part of slacker culture, and became poster boys for Generation X.

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