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dallyverb [I]

uk   us   /ˈdæl.i/ old-fashioned
to waste time or do something slowly
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Translations of “dally”
in Vietnamese đi chậm chạp…
in Spanish tardar…
in Thai ชักช้า…
in Malaysian berlengah-lengah…
in French lambiner…
in German trödeln…
in Chinese (Traditional) 蹉跎,浪費光陰, 磨洋工,做事磨蹭…
in Indonesian bekerja secara perlahan-lahan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 蹉跎,浪费光阴, 磨洋工,做事磨蹭…
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