loafers is the plural form of loafer.
1. (lazy person) 
Melissa realized Marco was a loafer, so she turned him down when he asked her to marry him.Melissa se dio cuenta de que Marco era un holgazán, así que lo rechazó cuando le pidió que se casara con él.
Uncle Ned likes to complain about the people he calls loafers looking for work in front of the hardware store.A tío Ned le gusta quejarse de las personas, a las que llama haraganas, que buscan trabajo delante de la ferretería.
Patty was a loafer, only interested in finding someone who could support her in her extravagant lifestyle.Patty era una vaga que nada más buscaba quien la mantuviera a ella y su estilo de vida extravagante.
Marina wondered why she was such a loafer that always put things off to the last moment.Marina se preguntaba por qué era una gandula que siempre dejaba todo para el final.
2. (footwear) 
Adam is wearing loafers and a vest.Adam lleva mocasines y un chaleco.
1. (person) 
a. el haragán(ana) m,f, gandul(ula) (M)la haragán(ana) m,f, gandul(ula) (F) 
2. (shoe) (United States) 
a. el mocasín (M) 
loafer [ˈləʊfəʳ]
1 (person) gandulagandula (m) (f);a gandula vagoavaga (m) (f);a vaga
2 (shoe) mocasín (m)
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