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Spanish translation of “slop”

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
(Definition of slop from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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