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sloppy

adjective
 
 
/ˈslɒpi/
CARELESS not done carefully
dikkatsiz, özensiz, yarım yamalak
His work was sloppy and full of spelling mistakes.Not paying attentionTreating as unimportantNeglecting and ignoring
CLOTHES Sloppy clothes are loose and untidy.
salaş, bakımsız, dikkatsiz, özensiz
a girl wearing a sloppy sweater and torn jeansThe style, appearance, and make-up of clothesFlexible, loose and yieldingDirty and untidy
TOO WET A sloppy substance has too much liquid in it.
vıcık vıcık, su içinde
Wet weather and wetness
sloppily adverb
dikkatsiz bir şekilde, yarım yamalak, pasaklı
sloppiness noun [U]
dikkatsizlik
Translations of “sloppy”
in Korean 엉성한…
in Arabic مُهْمِل…
in Portuguese descuidado…
in Catalan descurat, matusser…
in Japanese いいかげんな, だらしのない…
in Italian trascurato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 過濕的, 過稀的…
in Russian небрежный, неряшливый, мокрый…
in Chinese (Simplified) 过湿的, 过稀的…
in Polish niedbały, niechlujny, wodnisty…
(Definition of sloppy from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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