slouch

US [slaʊtʃ]
UK [slaʊtʃ]
  • v.没精打采地站(或坐、走);低头垂肩地站(或坐、走)
  • n.没精打采地站(或坐)的姿态
  • Web懒散;没精打采的样子;无精打采
Simple Present:slouches  Present Participle:slouching  Past Tense:slouched  
slouch
v.
1.
[i]
(+ adv./prep.)
没精打采地站(或坐、走);低头垂肩地站(或坐、走)to stand, sit or move in a lazy way, often with your shoulders and head bent forward
Sit up straight. Don't slouch.
挺起胸坐直,别歪歪斜斜的。
n.
1.
[ususing]
没精打采地站(或坐)的姿态a way of standing or sitting in which your shoulders are not straight, so that you look tired or lazy
IDM
She's no slouch on the guitar.
她是弹吉他的好手。
be no slouch
(informal)
擅长于;干得麻利to be very good at sth or quick to do sth
She's no slouch on the guitar.
她是弹吉他的好手。

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