German English Dictionary

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faul in English:

1. lazy lazy


I wouldn't say that English people are lazy, but I've never seen one run anywhere.
He is lazy.
You are bound to regret it in future if you are so lazy now.
I failed the exam because I was lazy and didn't revise.
A lazy man is a burden even to the ground.
This is all brain dead regurgitation of a lazy theory.
It was clear that the lazy student would never live up to his family's expectations.
Although it seemed like a lot of money to spend just because I was too lazy to cut my own lawn, I turned the whole thing over to him.
Tomorrow, tomorrow, just not today - say all lazy people.
The lazy man frequently neglects his duties.
A warm, lazy breeze wafts across the flat, endless fields.
Serge is a lazy person. He doesn't like hard work. He gets up late and spends most of his day sitting about and relaxing.
You're so lazy, that's obvious you won't get good marks.
She’s a lazy person who expects everyone else to work hard but does nothing herself.
He was lazy and irresponsible. Thus, he was told to leave the company.

English word "faul"(lazy) occurs in sets:

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2. rotten rotten


Tom asked Mary to throw the rotten apple into the garbage.
rotten fruit
I bought it thinking it was cheap, but it was rotten, so I ended up losing out.
It's hot, so you'd better head back quickly. Mackerel goes off so fast that they coined 'fresh-looking rotten fish'.
A dead deer being pecked by vultures, remains partly eaten by other animals, that sort of rotten meat is called 'carrion'.
There's something rotten in the state of Denmark.
The section chief said out of the blue: "Women and meat, I like them a little rotten".
how someone had done a rotten job
The definition of rotten is someone or something extremely bad, corrupt, spoiled, unpleasant or decaying. Three rotten oranges.
That apple is rotten. You should throw it out.
I don't want this rotten apple. Don't you have a good one?
My better half screwed me over for being rotten.
That was a rotten trick, Chris, really.

English word "faul"(rotten) occurs in sets:

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