slouch

slouch
{slautʃ}
I. 1. ходя/седя/стоя отпуснато, отпускам, прегърбвам (рамене и пр.)
2. мъкна се, влача се (и с abouts around)
3. смъквам (периферия на шапка), вися надолу (за периферия)
II. 1. отпуснатост, приведена/отпусната походка, прегърбена стойка
to walk with a SLOUCH влача си краката
2. sl. небрежен работник, мърляч, небрежна работа
to be no SLOUCH at бива ме в
it's no SLOUCH of a place хубаво място
3. slouch-hat
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{slautsh} v 1. ходя/седя/стоя отпуснато; отпускам, прегьрбвам ((2) {slautsh} n 1. отпуснатост; приведена/отпусната походка; пр
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отпуснатост; прегърбвам;
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1. i. ходя/седя/стоя отпуснато, отпускам, прегърбвам (рамене и пр.) 2. ii. отпуснатост, приведена/отпусната походка, прегърбена стойка 3. it's no slouch of a place хубаво място 4. sl. небрежен работник, мърляч, небрежна работа 5. slouch-hat 6. to be no slouch at бива ме в 7. to walk with a slouch влача си краката 8. мъкна се, влача се (и с abouts around) 9. смъквам (периферия на шапка), вися надолу (за периферия)
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slouch[slautʃ] I. v 1. ходя (седя) отпуснато, прегърбвам се; мъкна се, тътря (се), влача се; 2. нахлупвам (шапка); II. n 1. сгърбеност, отпуснатост; to walk with a \slouch влача (тътря) си краката, като ходя; \slouch of the shoulders превити рамене; 2. sl мърляч, некадърник; predic разг.: no \slouch at спец по; he thinks himself no \slouch (no \slouch of himself) той се мисли за нещо голямо; it's no \slouch of a place то си е цял дворец.

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