Terjemahan dari dawdle
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dawdle, guzzle, goof off, fritter away, loaf, fart
dawdle, wander, loaf, hang about, drift, straggle
dawdle, hang about, hover, procrastinate, dilly-dally
dawdle, dally
dawdle, dally
dawdle, hang about
Definisi dawdle
waste time; be slow.
I couldn’t dawdle over my coffee any longer
sinonim: linger, dally, take one’s time, be slow, waste time, idle, delay, procrastinate, stall, dilly-dally, lollygag, tarry
linger, amble, dally, fall back
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One thing that made her furious was that she could never afford to dawdle or look uncertain when she was in public.
I couldn’t dawdle over my coffee any longer
It was quite funny coming back – Clare, Sandra and I decided to dawdle back to the History Room, so went along the Middle Corridor, and stood there waving to people on the Art Room balcony.
For a couple of the hottest nights we slept up on deck, too, watching the satellites dawdle across the Milky Way
Don’t dawdle – questions must reach us by next Wednesday.
There’s not much to do here but fish, dive, watch the sun sizzle down into the Indian Ocean and todawdle your bicycle along the island’s one path.
You may not be a hard pusher for one of your shortcomings may be that you dawdle a bit.
I moved on and turned right away from the docks and dawdled along doing some inconsequential window-shopping as I went.
The Greek international dawdled and as he did so his captain stepped out of midfield and waved his arms madly at him.
We were dawdling in the car park, when suddenly our bus came barelling round the corner.
As I dawdled through a hamlet with about 10 miles to go, I noticed my handling seemed to be going and stopped.
As he scrubbed shampoo quickly through his hair (he wasn’t a dawdler showering type), he stared moodily out the small window out at the ocean.
Yet it had all started so promisingly that those fans who dawdled on their way to the match might have missed the first try.
As we dawdled along Sean asked me, ‘What would you say if I told you I loved you?’
We could have dawdled around Kettlewell’s charming nooks and crannies but had a hill to climb, no less a lump than Great Whernside.
Those who dawdled with their doubts were diverting attention from important government work.
For a Saturday the store was very busy, as customers dawdled up and down the newly stocked aisles.
Denny took my hand and tugged me toward the Saturn as I dawdled a bit.
I’ve seen plenty of them, dawdling down the footpath, checking out the gardens, smiling away at everyone.
American hard rockers Amen have been quiet in the UK but have signed a major deal in the States and the shambolic Alfie are still dawdling along albeit somewhat aimlessly.
It shouldn’t have taken us too long, but somehow we were slow, and we dawdled , and chatted, and I realised quite suddenly that we were going to be late.
When we are trying to go somewhere I sometimes feel that S. is dawdling and delaying.
I had dawdled a little bit at the beginning so I could keep back with the girls, but the rest of the run had felt a lot faster to me.
This means that the car threads through traffic with ease and overtakes dawdlers in a flash.
It was getting colder, the night drew in too quickly for his liking, and it was already dark as he left school and the thoughts that played on his mind slowed his walk and so he dawdled .
After a 2 minute shuffle of dawdlers assembling themselves, Ms. Fellcart flicked on the over-head projector and began jotting down the groups.
He dawdled on the ball at the corner flag and, when he should have been launching an attack, allowed Barry Nicholson to rob him.
No one dawdles or idles there, yet they just manage to cope with the job.
When the school run was necessitated, it was because I had dawdled over breakfast.
I slowed my pace and dawdled along the edge of the river.



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