very lazy

very lazy(
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (very indolent)
a. muy perezoso
One of the new accountants is very lazy and never wants to do any work.Uno de los contadores nuevos es muy perezoso y nunca quiere trabajar.
b. muy flojo
My sister has become very lazy and failed one of her classes.Mi hermana se ha vuelto muy perezosa y fallo en una clase.
c. muy vago
Very lazy people sabotage their success.La gente muy vaga sabotea su propio éxito.
2. (very relaxing)
a. muy relajado
I'm having a very lazy day at the beach.Estoy pasando un día muy relajado en la playa.
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