|lazily, idly, sluggishly, inactively||indolently|
|act of being lazy or indolent; period of laziness, be indolent, be lazy, pass the time lazily, idle, take it easy||laze|
|anesthetic, car accelerator, fill with gas, supply with gas; poison with gas or fumes; talk idly or falsely (Slang), flatulence, fossil fuel, gas for poisoning or asphyxiating, gasoline, methane and air, nonsense, release gas, somebody or something ent...||gas|
|avoid work, in a slack manner; limply, loosely; slowly, sluggishly, lax, loosen, relieve tension or pressure; shirk, evade; become loose; be careless, looseness, looseness; slowdown in activity, lull, deceleration; loose part; (Slang) prostitute, movin...||slack|
|backless couch with headrest, cocktail lounge, lie down, recline; move in a relaxed manner, walk lazily; idle away the time, lie or sit lazily, pass time lazily, public room for relaxing, room where cocktails served, sitting room in house, sofa, couch;...||lounge|
|behave idly or irresponsibly, bottom-dwelling marine food fish, glide across ice with ice skates; glide across a hard surface with roller skates, shoe with a blade on the bottom for gliding on ice; roller skate, shoe with wheels on the bottom for glidi...||skate|
|block of food shaped like loaf, idle, dawdle, pass the time lazily, mass of bread which is shaped into a rectangular or rounded form and baked in one piece; mass of chopped meat or other food that has been shaped into a rectangular or rounded form; hea...||loaf|
|chat idly, chatter, idle talk, chitchat, talk idly||gab|
|chatter idly; flatter; confer, negotiate, conference between different cultures, conference between different parties, empty talk, idle or foolish chatter; flattery; conference between two parties (especially meetings between explorers and native offic...||palaver|
|chatter, babble, foolish talk, trivial chit-chat, talk about trivial matters, speak foolishly, idle or childish talk, talk idly or childishly||prattle|
|chatter, prattle, gossip, chattering, prattling, gossiping, disclose secret, idle gossip, somebody who gossips, talk idly||tattle|
|comfortable chair or couch, one who reclines; one who walks lazily; idler, somebody who lounges around||lounger|
|conducive to idleness, lounge about, loaf; pass time in relaxation, pass time lazily, not wanting to work, slothful; idle; laggardly; moving slowly; inactive, upside down||lazy|
|drawing or design, scribble drawings or designs, draw idly, scribbled drawing or meaningless scrawl||doodle|
|droop, lounge in a relaxed way, sprawl, lean or lounge about lazily, recline; hang loosely, droop; allow to hang or droop||loll|
|idle about; lag behind; waste time; hang about, proceed slowly, stand around idly||loiter|
|in a passive manner, inactively||passively|
|in a slow or sluggish manner, slowly; lazily, sluggishly||laggardly|
|in a sullen manner; sulkily, morosely; gloomily; slowly, sluggishly||sullenly|
|in an inactive manner; inertly, sluggishly||inactively|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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