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A person regarded as slovenly, crude, or obnoxious.
[Irish Gaelic slab, mud, from Old Irish, probably of Scandinavian origin; akin to Swedish dialectal slabb, mud.]
slob′bish, slob′by adj.
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1. informal a slovenly, unattractive, and lazy person
2. Irish mire
to behave like a slob
[C19: from Irish slab mud; compare slab]
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a slovenly or boorish person.
[1770–80; < Irish slab(a) mud, mire]
slob′by, adj. -bi•er, -bi•est.
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|Noun||1.||slob - a coarse obnoxious person |
vulgarian - a vulgar person (especially someone who makes a vulgar display of wealth)
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noun (Informal) layabout, lounger, loafer, couch potato (slang), idler, good-for-nothing My boyfriend used to call me a fat slob.
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slob[ˈslɒb] n → bon(ne) m/f à rien
a lazy slob → un flemmard
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n (inf) → Drecksau f (inf)
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slob[slɒb] n (fam) → sciattone/a
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