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slop

verb /slop/ ( past tense, past participle slopped)
to (cause liquid to) splash, spill, or move around violently in a container
derramar(se), verter(se)
The water was slopping about in the bucket.
sloppy adjective ( comparative sloppier, superlative sloppiest) semi-liquid; tending to slop
aguado
sloppy food.
careless and untidy; messy
dejado, descuidado, desaliñado, desordenado
His work is sloppy.
very sentimental
sentimentaloide
That film is rather sloppy.
sloppily adverb He sloppily misplaced a pass and gave the ball away to the opposition. sloppiness noun
dejadez, desorden
Translations of “slop”
in Vietnamese tràn ra, sánh ra…
in Thai ทำหก…
in Malaysian melimpah…
in French renverser, déborder…
in German schwappen…
in Chinese (Traditional) (使液體)晃蕩, (使)溢出,濺出…
in Indonesian mengguncang…
in Chinese (Simplified) (使液体)晃荡, (使)溢出,溅出…
(Definition of slop from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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