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Spanish translation of “lazy”

lazy

adjective /ˈleizi/ (comparative lazier, superlative laziest)
too inclined to avoid hard work, exercise etc
perezoso, vago
I take the bus to work as I’m too lazy to walk Lazy people tend to become fat.
lazily adverb
perezosamente
He lazily got up out of his chair and slowly moved towards the door.
laziness noun
pereza
lazybones noun (informal) a name for a lazy person
gandul, perezoso
Get up lazybones – it’s past ten o’clock!
(Definition of lazy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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