sluggish

sluggish(
sluh
-
gihsh
)
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (lazy)
a. aletargado
I ate too much, and now I feel sluggish.Comí demasiado y ahora me siento aletargado.
Today I feel sluggish and irritated.Hoy me siento aletargado e irritado.
b. flojo
We were all feeling sluggish on that warm summer day.Nos sentíamos todos flojos aquel día caluroso de verano.
2. (slow to respond)
a. lento
The car is sluggish on this cheaper gas.El carro está lento con esta gasolina más barata.
3. (slow-moving)
a. lento
The reconstruction of the hospital after the earthquake has been sluggish.La reconstrucción del hospital después del terremoto ha sido lenta.
4. (stagnant)
a. inactivo
Economists are forecasting a sluggish third quarter.Los economistas prevén un tercer trimestre inactivo.
b. flojo
Tourism has been a bright spot in an otherwise sluggish job market.El turismo ha sido un punto brillante en un mercado laboral por lo demás flojo.
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sluggish
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (person)
a. aletargado(a)
2. (response)
a. lento(a), retardado(a)
3. (market, business)
a. inactivo(a), flojo(a)
at a sluggish pacecon paso cansino
sluggish [ˈslʌɡɪʃ]
adjective
1 (indolent) perezoso; flojo
2 (slow moving) [+river, engine, car] lento; [+business, market, sales] inactivo; [+liver] perezoso
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