English to Pashto Meaning of sloppy - ګډوډ

Sloppy :

په جنسيتی, ګډوډ, خړی, احساساتي, احساس, غرق شو, لوند, مرطوبه, لامده, چې اوښکې, د اوبو د پوره, د بهیدونکې

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Definitions of sloppy in English
Adjective(1) lacking neatness or order(2) wet or smeared with a spilled liquid or moist material(3) (of soil(4) not fitting closely; hanging loosely(5) excessively or abnormally emotional(6) marked by great carelessness
Examples of sloppy in English
(1) But his barbecued pork chow is a great big sloppy yummy concoction.(2) Meticulous on the one hand, but unbelievably sloppy and careless on the other.(3) Either way, it's entertaining, even though Blumenthal is sometimes sloppy with his facts.(4) I was in my sloppy clothes that I wear at home only.(5) Sharp lawyers dress very sharp, and their shoes always shine, while sloppy lawyers dress accordingly and their shoes are usually in a mess as well.(6) Her long hair was pulled back, and she wore a sloppy sweatshirt over clashing baggy sweatpants.(7) Retreating to the mud slope, we set to work with the sloppy mud.(8) Yesterday was the first time I've ever seen Kris wear shorts and a tank top, because he usually just isn't that sloppy .(9) It's true that people get signed on the strength of some pretty ropey demos but you have to think about why you would want to expend the effort of being in a band and then showcase your sound in such a sloppy careless way.(10) This point was well made when the woman next to me spilt some of her sloppy pasta sauce on to the floor and it almost hit me.(11) The point here is to challenge the media's effort to turn Judge Jones into something he's not in order to defend a biased and sloppy ruling.(12) If the love of God were as sloppy and sentimental and subjective as our own, we could never count on him to be consistent in anything.(13) She said: ÔÇÿHe knew what he wanted and it was not sloppy , soft food, but it was explained to him that he had been put on it for his own good.ÔÇÖ(14) There are too many amateurs out there writing sloppy code.(15) He had even managed to make the school uniform look sloppy .(16) I was going to write about a couple of more films tonight, but I'm fading fast and my prose is getting a little sloppy and sentimental.
Related Phrases of sloppy
(1) sloppy work ::
ګډوډ کار
(2) sloppy joe ::
ګډوډ جو
(3) sloppy person ::
ګډوډ کس
1. careless ::
بې احتياطۍ
2. baggy ::
3. runny ::
4. sentimental ::
5. slipshod ::
6. muddy ::
7. overemotional ::
1. dapper ::
2. dashing ::
3. sharp ::
4. smart ::
5. spruce ::
Different Forms
slopped, sloppily, slopping, sloppy
Word Example from TV Shows
And that's the kind
of sloppy costuming...

And that's the kind of SLOPPY costuming...

The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 6

to bless these Sloppy Joes.

to bless these Sloppy Joes.

The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 12

Joe may be sloppy but Sheldon's not.

Joe may be SLOPPY but Sheldon's not.

The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 12

Your tricks
are gettin' sloppy.

Your tricks are gettin' SLOPPY.

Westworld Season 2, Episode 7

- Why?
- Her research methodology is sloppy...

- Why? - Her research methodology is SLOPPY...

The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 2

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