- adj.懒惰的; 没精打采的; 慢吞吞的;
- 比较级: lazier;
- 最高级: laziest;
- 副词: lazily;
- 名词: laziness;
Aren't you dressed yet, you lazy beggar?
He was not stupid, just lazy.
He grew lazy and slovenly in his habits.
He was not unintelligent, but he was lazy.
He roused himself from his lazy contemplation of the scene beneath him.
The following wind and eastward running tide had given us a very pleasant, lazy sail.
Of all the lazy, indifferent, unbusinesslike attitudes to have!
In all fairness he had to admit that she was neither dishonest nor lazy.
I was too lazy to learn how to read music.
I admit to being congenitally lazy.
What the hell, I thought, at least it will give the lazy old man some exercise.
Lazy people seldom succeed.
You'll have to keep after them if you want the work done. They're so lazy!
Their lazy, blurred voices fell pleasantly on his ears.
他们那种慢吞吞 、 含糊不清的声音在他听起来却很悦耳.
When I say that the boys are lazy, I except you.
What can we do to urge these lazy workers to greater production?
我们怎样才能鼓励这些懒惰的工人去努力增产 呢 ?
A lazy youth, a lousy age.
He was called down by his father for being lazy.
The coach admonished the girls for being lazy.
With children as lazy as these, you have to beat the facts in.
She spoke with a lazy articulation.
He will never admit to me that he is lazy.
The teacher often detains the lazy pupils at school to do their homework.
You're a lazy dog.
Being obese and lazy is dangerous to health.
The servant had a lazy habit of sweeping the dust under the edge of the mat.
He was scolded for being lazy.
He was wont to say that children are lazy.
The lazy man was a parasite on his family.
Don't be so lazy.
If, for example, building codes included green construction guidelines, most developers would be too lazy to challenge them.
Harry, stop making excuses! You're just lazy.
2014年高考英语全国卷1 听力 原文
“We’re doing these things because we know they help people stay off benefits and help those on benefits get into work faster” Help? Really? On first hearing, this was the socially concerned chancellor, trying to change lives for the better, complete with “reforms” to an obviously indulgent system that demands too little effort from the newly unemployed to find work, and subsidises laziness.
1. moving slowly and gently;
"up a lazy river"
"lazy white clouds"
"at a lazy pace"
2. disinclined to work or exertion;
"faineant kings under whose rule the country languished"
"an indolent hanger-on"
"too lazy to wash the dishes"
"shiftless idle youth"
"the unemployed are not necessarily work-shy"
- sick lame and lazy
Do you know why he always was the sick lame and lazy?
- sick lame and lazy