lazy definition

  • adjective:
    • Resistant to the office or exertion; disposed to idleness.
    • Slow-moving; slow: a lazy river.
    • Conducive to idleness or indolence: a lazy summer day.
    • Depicted as reclining or lying on its side. Applied of a brandname on livestock.
    • Unwilling to accomplish work or make an effort.
    • needing minimum work.
    • calm or leisurely.
    • Of an eye fixed, squinting because of a weakness associated with the eye muscle tissue.
    • Turned so your page is horizontal rather than straight.
    • Employing lazy evaluation; maybe not calculating results until these are generally straight away needed.
    • sinful; vicious
    • Disinclined to activity or exertion; averse to labor; idle; shirking work.
    • Inactive; slothful; sluggish; slow.
    • Wicked; vicious.
    • going gradually and carefully
    • disinclined to function or exertion
  • others:
    • Disinclined to action or effort; naturally or constantly slothful; slow; indolent; averse to labor.
    • Characterized by or characteristic of idleness or sluggishness; languid; tardy; sluggish: because, a lazy yawn; lazy moves; a lazy flow.
    • Synonyms Indolent, Inert, etc. (see idle); dilatory, slack.
    • to do something lazily; laze; move idly, listlessly, or reluctantly.
    • To waste or invest idly.

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