golfear


golfear
v.
1 to hang out (informal) (hacer el golfo).
2 to behave like a rogue, to behave like a scoundrel.
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golfear
verbo intransitivo
1 (vagabundear) to loaf around
2 (hacer gamberradas) to get up to no good
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VI (=vagabundear) to idle around, laze around; (=vivir a la briba) to live like a street urchin
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verbo intransitivo (esp Esp) (holgazanear) to hang o laze around
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= loiter (about/around), loaf (about/around), laze (about/around), lounge (about/around), bum around, hang about.
Ex. A high-pitched sound said to be only audible to young people will be used to deter teenagers from loitering at night.
Ex. The less you work, the less you spend and the more time you have for loafing about.
Ex. In the afternoon quite a few of our mob decided that they would prefer to spend a bit of time lazing about in the water and soaking up a few rays.
Ex. He spends all his time lounging around the house, driving his parents to despair.
Ex. He spent his early twenties bumming around the world and became fascinated by the differences and similarities in all of us.
Ex. A new report says that we waste three hours a day faffing around, doing nothing in particular, pootling, dawdling, pottering, hanging about.
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verbo intransitivo (esp Esp) (holgazanear) to hang o laze around
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= loiter (about/around), loaf (about/around), laze (about/around), lounge (about/around), bum around, hang about.

Ex: A high-pitched sound said to be only audible to young people will be used to deter teenagers from loitering at night.

Ex: The less you work, the less you spend and the more time you have for loafing about.
Ex: In the afternoon quite a few of our mob decided that they would prefer to spend a bit of time lazing about in the water and soaking up a few rays.
Ex: He spends all his time lounging around the house, driving his parents to despair.
Ex: He spent his early twenties bumming around the world and became fascinated by the differences and similarities in all of us.
Ex: A new report says that we waste three hours a day faffing around, doing nothing in particular, pootling, dawdling, pottering, hanging about.

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golfear [A1 ]
vi
(esp Esp)
1 (holgazanear) to hang o laze around doing nothing, hang out (AmE colloq)
2 (hacer gamberradas) to get up to no good (colloq)
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golfear vi
Fam [hacer el golfo] to hang out
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golfear
v/i
1 loaf around
2 (meterse en líos) get up to no good

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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