slob Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"slob" in British English

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slobnoun [C]

uk   /slɒb/  us   /slɑːb/ informal disapproving
a ​lazy, ​untidy, and often ​rudeperson: He's a ​big fat slob of a man - I can't ​stand him.
slobbish
adjective uk   /ˈslɒb.ɪʃ/  us   /ˈslɑː.bɪʃ/
(Definition of slob from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"slob" in American English

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slobnoun [C]

 us   /slɑb/ infml
a ​person who is ​messy, ​unattractive, and ​rude: Some ​guys are ​real slobs. A slob is also someone who is just an ​ordinaryperson: a ​working slob
(Definition of slob from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “slob”
in Arabic ساذَج, قَذِر…
in Korean 게으름뱅이…
in Portuguese desleixado, -a…
in Catalan gandul, -a, deixat…
in Japanese だらしのない人, 薄汚い人…
in Chinese (Simplified) 懒惰邋遢的人…
in Turkish çok tembel/miskin/pasaklı/uyuşuk kimse…
in Russian разгильдяй, неряха…
in Chinese (Traditional) 懶惰邋遢的人…
in Italian persona trasandata e pigra…
in Polish niechluj…
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