Meaning of “slouch” in the English Dictionary

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slouchverb [ I ]

us /slɑʊtʃ/

to stand, sit, or walk with the shoulders and head bent forward:

In a bad mood, the boy slouched off to the beach.
noun [ C ] us /slɑʊtʃ/

He’s developed a slouch from leaning over his books all day.

(Definition of “slouch” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)