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Translation of "dawdle" - English-Spanish dictionary

dawdle

verb   /ˈdɔː·dl/
to walk very slowly, or do something very slowly in a way that wastes time caminar con calma, entretenerse Stop dawdling! You’ll be late for school!
(Definition of dawdle from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

dawdle

verb /ˈdoːdl/
to waste time especially by moving slowly demorar, moverse muy despacio Hurry up, and don’t dawdle!
dawdler noun
lento
dawdling noun
entretenido
(Definition of dawdle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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