loafing

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} boş gezme
{f} gez
boş gezerek
loaf
somun

O, bir somun ekmek aldı. - She bought a loaf of bread.

Bu sabah bir somun ekmek aldı. - She bought a loaf of bread this morning.

loaf
{f} kaytarmak
loaf
{i} ekmek somunu

Tom ekmek somununu dilimledi. - Tom sliced the loaf of bread.

loaf
gezinmek
loaf
(Argo) serserilik etmek
loaf
ekmek

Kahvaltı için bir somun ekmek aldım. - I bought a loaf of bread for breakfast.

Bu sabah bir somun ekmek aldı. - She bought a loaf of bread this morning.

loaf
avarelik etmek
loaf
aylak aylak dolaşmak
loaf
sürtmek
loaf
vakit geçirmek
loaf
{f} gezin
loaf
(about ile) vakit öldürmek
loaf
arg.saksı
loaf
boş gez(mek)
loaf
saksı
social loafing
sosyal loafing
loaf
aylaklık etmek
loaf
akıl
loaf
başıboş dolaşmak
loaf
sallan
loaf
vakit öldürmek
loaf
{i} beyin
loaf
loaf cake somun şeklinde pasta
loaf
{f} aylakça vakit geçirmek, aylaklık etmek, boş gezmek; haylazlık etmek
loaf
{ç} loaves (lovz)
loaf
mokasen tipi ayak
loaf
kafa/şeker/somun
loaf
haylazlık etmek
loaf
loafer i laylak veya boş gezen kimse
loaf
kafa
social loafing
sosyal kaytarma
İngilizce - İngilizce
Not lifting or turning the ball properly, with the result that the ball lags and doesn¹t reach the target, usually rolling off to the right
Not lifting or turning the ball properly, with the result that the ball lags and doesn¹t reach the target, usually rolling off to the right
present participle of loaf
having no employment
{i} idling, dawdling
Delivering the ball without sufficient lift, which usually results in its rolling off to the right (for a right-handed bowler)
Not lifting or turning the ball properly, with the result that the ball lags and doesn¹t reach the target, usually rolling off to the right
loaf
To headbutt, (from loaf of bread)
loaf
(also loaf of bread) A block of bread after baking
loaf
A solid block of soap, from which standard bars are cut
loaf
Shortened from "loaf of bread", the brain or the head (mainly in the phrase use one's loaf)
loaf
{n} a quantity or mass of bread
social loafing
In the social psychology of groups, social loafing is the phenomenon that persons make less effort to achieve a goal when they work in a group than when they work alone. This is one of the main reasons that groups sometimes perform less than the combined performance of their members working as individuals
loaf
A loaf of bread is bread which has been shaped and baked in one piece. It is usually large enough for more than one person and can be cut into slices. a loaf of crusty bread. freshly baked loaves. To pass time at leisure; idle. to spend time somewhere and not do very much = hang around/round loaf around/about
loaf
Shortened from "loaf of bread", the head (mainly in the phrase use ones loaf)
loaf
a cane, long square shape that will eventually be sliced
loaf
Never turn a loaf in the presence of a Menteith Sir John Stewart de Menteith was the person who betrayed Sir William Wallace to King Edward His signal was, when he turned a loaf set on the table, the guests were to rush upon the patriot, and secure him (Sir Walter Scott: Tales of a Grandfather, vii )
loaf
To do nothing, to be idle
loaf
A block of bread after baking
loaf
be about; "The high school students like to loiter in the Central Square"; "Who is this man that is hanging around the department?"
loaf
To spend time in idleness; to lounge or loiter about
loaf
a shaped mass of baked bread
loaf
To spend in idleness; with away; as, to loaf time away
loaf
be lazy or idle; "Her son is just bumming around all day"
loaf
{i} mass of bread which is shaped into a rectangular or rounded form and baked in one piece; mass of chopped meat or other food that has been shaped into a rectangular or rounded form; head (British Slang)
loaf
{f} idle, dawdle, pass the time lazily
loaf
Any thick lump, mass, or cake; especially, a large regularly shaped or molded mass, as of bread, sugar, or cake
loaf
Any solid block of food, such as meat
social loafing
The tendency of members of groups to work less hard when group performance is measured than when individual performance is measured (p 609)
social loafing
The tendency of individuals to withhold physical or intellectual effort when performing a group task (8)
social loafing
The tendency of individuals to withhold physical or intellectual effort when performing a group task
social loafing
The idea that individual efforts decrease as the size of the group increases; a detachment from the group that occurs when group members feel as if they are not needed to produce the group's outcome or as if their individual efforts are not recognized by other members
social loafing
The tendency for people to work less on a task the greater the number of people are working on that task
loafing