Translation of laziness in Spanish:


pereza, n.

Pronunciation /ˈleɪzɪnəs//ˈleɪzinəs/


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    pereza feminine
    flojera feminine informal
    • I stay with them through apathy and laziness, despite the fact that I could find a cheaper partner elsewhere.
    • The fall in the number of people voting has very little to do with inconvenience, apathy or laziness in the electorate.
    • Another problem is the laziness of shop owners and law enforcers.
    • I no longer maintain the harsh criticism that students harbour apathy or laziness.
    • Many believers feel inadequate and discouraged, but this is no reason for laziness or inactivity.