- sloppy (adj.)
- 1727, "muddy," from slop (n.1) + -y (2). Meaning "loose, ill-fitting, slovenly" is first recorded 1825, influenced by slop (n.2). Related: Sloppily; sloppiness. Sloppy Joe was originally "loose-fitting sweater worn by girls" (1942); as a name for a kind of spiced hamburger, it is attested from 1961.
- 1. It's ideal for people who like a sloppy movie.
- 2. He has little patience for sloppy work from colleagues.
- 3. His language is disjointed and sloppy.
- 4. Your work is sloppy.
- 5. If you do such sloppy work again, I promise I'll fail you.
- 要是下次作业你再马马虎虎, 我话说在头里,可要给你打不及格了.
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