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slap·dash

 (slăp′dăsh′)
adj.
Hasty and careless, as in execution: slapdash work.
adv.
In a reckless haphazard manner.
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slapdash

(ˈslæpˌdæʃ)
adv
in a careless, hasty, or haphazard manner
adj
careless, hasty, or haphazard
n
1. slapdash activity or work
2. (Building) another name for roughcast1
[C17: from slap + dash1]
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slap•dash

(ˈslæpˌdæʃ)

adv.
1. in a hasty, haphazard manner.
adj.
2. hasty and careless; offhand: a slapdash answer.
[1670–80]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.slapdash - marked by great carelessness; "a most haphazard system of record keeping"; "slapdash work"; "slipshod spelling"; "sloppy workmanship"
careless - marked by lack of attention or consideration or forethought or thoroughness; not careful; "careless about her clothes"; "forgotten by some careless person"; "a careless housekeeper"; "careless proofreading"; "it was a careless mistake"; "hurt by a careless remark"
Adv.1.slapdash - in a careless or reckless manner; "the shelves were put up slapdash"
2.slapdash - directlyslapdash - directly; "he ran bang into the pole"; "ran slap into her"
colloquialism - a colloquial expression; characteristic of spoken or written communication that seeks to imitate informal speech
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slapdash

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slapdash

adjective
1. Indifferent to correctness, accuracy, or neatness:
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Translations
بِتَهاوُن وعَدَم إكْتِراث
lajdácký
sjusket
fljótfærnislegur
lajdácky

slapdash

[ˈslæpdæʃ] ADJ slap-happy [ˈslæphæpɪ] ADJdescuidado, chapucero
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slapdash

[ˈslæpdæʃ] adj [work] → bâclé(e); [person] → brouillon(ne)slap-happy [ˈslæphæpi] adjinsouciant(e)
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slapdash

[ˈslæpˌdæʃ] slaphappy [ˈslæpˌhæpɪ] adj (person) → negligente; (work) → raffazzonato/a
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slap

(slӕp) noun
a blow with the palm of the hand or anything flat. The child got a slap from his mother for being rude.
verbpast tense, past participle slapped
to give a slap to. He slapped my face.
ˌslapˈdash adjective
careless and hurried. He does everything in such a slapdash manner.
ˌslap-ˈhappy adjective
cheerfully careless; carefree. she cooks in a very slap-happy way.
ˈslapstick noun
a kind of humour which depends for its effect on very simple practical jokes etc. Throwing custard pies turns a play into slapstick; (also adjective) slapstick comedy.
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