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slob

 (slŏb)
n. Informal
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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slob

(slɒb)
n
1. informal a slovenly, unattractive, and lazy person
2. Irish mire
vb
to behave like a slob
[C19: from Irish slab mud; compare slab]
ˈslobbish adj
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slob

(slɒb)

n.
a slovenly or boorish person.
[1770–80; < Irish slab(a) mud, mire]
slob′by, adj. -bi•er, -bi•est.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.slob - a coarse obnoxious personslob - a coarse obnoxious person    
litter lout, litterbug, litterer - a person who litters public places with refuse
slovenly woman, trollop, slattern - a dirty untidy woman
vulgarian - a vulgar person (especially someone who makes a vulgar display of wealth)
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slob

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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Translations

slob

[slɒb] Nvago/a m/f, dejado/a m/f
slob out VI + ADVholgazanear, zanganear, haraganear
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slob

[ˈslɒb] nbon(ne) m/f à rien
a lazy slob → un flemmard
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slob

n (inf)Drecksau f (inf)
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slob

[slɒb] n (fam) → sciattone/a
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
References in periodicals archive ?
Some might call it irresponsible or even dangerous, but to them it was a night of adventure - which is surely better than another night slobbed out in front of the TV?
While he slobbed in bed at his plush London home, she had to go out to buy the breakfast and papers.