EN to laze around
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1. generale

to laze around (anche: to loaf around)
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bartolear {v. i.} [Cile] [coll.]
to laze around (anche: to loaf around)
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gamberrear {v. i.} [Sp.] [coll.] (holgazanear)
to laze around (anche: to loaf around)
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gandulear {v. i.} [coll.]
to laze around (anche: to idle, to laze, to loiter, to shirk)
to laze around (anche: to do nothing)
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lesear {v. i.} [Cile] [coll.] (perder el tiempo)
to laze around
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perecear {v. i.} [Col.]
to laze around (anche: to lay around, to loaf about, to loaf around)
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vaguear {v. i.}

2. colloquiale

to laze around (anche: to be lazy, to loaf around, to lounge around)
to laze around
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lochar {v. i.} [Col.] [coll.]
to laze around (anche: to loaf around)
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manganzonear {v. i.} [Ven.] [coll.]
to laze around (anche: to loaf around)
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mangonear {v. i.} [coll.] (holgazanear)
to laze around (anche: to loaf around)
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ociosear {v. i.} [Cile] [coll.]
to laze around (anche: to loaf around)
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pajarear {v. i.} [Mex.] [coll.] (perder el tiempo)
to laze around (anche: to loaf around)
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poltronear {v. i.} [coll.]
to laze around (anche: to loaf around)
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zanganear {v. i.} [coll.]
to laze around (anche: to loaf around)

3. Inglese britannico, colloquiale

to laze around (anche: to loaf around, to lay around)
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atorrantear {v. i.} [Urug.] [coll.]

Traduzioni simili a "to laze around" in spagnolo

to laze verbo
around sostantivo
Spanish
around avverbio
around preposizione

Esempi di utilizzo "to laze around" in Spagnolo

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EnglishIf you do not mind me saying, you are like a hard-working ant, who achieves results little by little while the grasshoppers chirrup and laze around in the Member States.
Permítame la licencia de decirle que parece una hormiguita laboriosa, que llega a los resultados poco a poco frente a las cigarras que cantan y ocian en los Estados miembros.