diogi, hofera, oferadiogasem, dioga’, diogaf, diogai, diogais, diogaist, diogan, diogant, diogasai, diogasant, diogen, diogith, diogasent, diogasid, diogasit, diogasoch, diogasom, diogaswn, diogech, dioged, diogem, diogasech, diogo, diogent, dioger, dioges, diogest, dioget, diogi, diogid, diogiff, diogir, dioga, ddiogent, diogoch, diogodd, diogom, diogon, diogont, diogwch, diogwn, diogwyd, diogwyf, ddiogasem, ddioga’, ddiogaf, ddiogai, ddiogais, ddiogaist, ddiogan, ddiogant, ddiogasai, ddiogasant, ddiogen, ddioga, ddiogasent, ddiogasid, ddiogasit, ddiogasoch, ddiogasom, ddiogaswn, ddiogech, ddioged, ddiogem, ddiogodd, ddioger, ddioges, ddiogest, ddioget, ddiogid, ddiogiff, ddiogir, ddiogith, diogych, ddiogoch, ddiogasech, ddiogom, ddiogon, ddiogont, ddiogwch, ddiogwn, ddiogwyd, ddiogwyf, ddiogych, ddiogo
Verb(1) be idle; exist in a changeless situation
(1) This site is best appreciated if you have at least a few hours to meander around, laze about and take in the views.(2) And in India, Bengal tigers laze in forest branches.(3) I had nothing to do for the next two weeks but laze about the flat and work on the paper that was due after holiday.(4) One had to sit and pour water from one of the many taps along the sides, using the soap and mugs kept there for the purpose, and then get into the pool and laze in it for a long time.(5) Feeling like she should get up and do something, other then laze around all day, she arose and wandered about the guildhall's many corridors quietly.(6) Actually, all we've done is laze around on the beach.(7) Can you imagine coming home from a holiday and saying to your friends, ├ö├ç├┐I had the most wonderful time. I did nothing but laze .├ö├ç├û(8) The beach, by contrast, is intended as a comfortable spot to perch up and laze away with a potboiler.(9) laze away a long summer day(10) It was one of those days where you felt like doing nothing at all except laze .(11) One night we decided to invite a couple of close friends over, for an evening of very cheap wine, and a laze in the spa.(12) Nevertheless, a brochure promoting the island in the 1890s stated: ├ö├ç├┐Here may the invalid laze the hours away and, book in hand, become intoxicated with the splendour of the scenery and the sounds of the unceasing sea├ö├ç├û.(13) After a busy day of successful meetings, I go home and laze around in my luxurious penthouse.(14) Diversions include everything from roping and riding to minicourses in Native American crafts, but some visitors do little except laze in a hammock, soak in a hot tub, or take a slow boat ride on nearby Blue Lake.(15) Anyone want some food or would you rather just laze in front of the TV all day?(16) We don't actually start classes until tomorrow so we can pretty much laze around the whole day.
(1) laze about :: laze am
1. relax ::
2. unwind ::
3. idle ::
9. take it easy ::
gymryd yn hawdd
10. hang around ::
hongian o gwmpas
12. chillax ::
Different Formslaze, lazed, lazes, lazing
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