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procrastinate
English: procrastinate
Chinese: [prәu'kræstineit]
vt. 延迟, 耽搁
vi. 延迟, 耽搁
Examples:
1. 1.to check; to examine; to investigate; to inspect; 2.to stay; to delay; to procrastinate
2. Any Customs personnel who abuse their powers and intentionally create difficulties in or procrastinate the control and examination process shall be given a disciplinary sanction
海关工作人员滥用职权,故意刁难、拖延监管、查验的,给予行政处分;
3. Deliberately procrastinate or reject without reason consumes' request for repair, reprocessing, replacing, returning, replenishing the commodities, their request for refund, and their request for compensation,
对消费者提出的修理、重作、更换、退货、补足商品数量、退还货款和服务费用或者赔偿损失的要求,故意拖延或者无理拒绝的,
4. He procrastinate until it be too late to do anything at all
他因循坐误, 一事无成
5. He procrastinate until it is too late to do anything at all.
他因循坐误, 一事无成。
6. Otherwise, the responsibility will fall on those who procrastinate and allow the situation to deteriorate;
否则,因循坐误,责有攸归;
7. To be tardy in acting; procrastinate.
拖延行为上缓慢;耽搁
8. To procrastinate, I fell in with the spirit of the occasion.
为了拖延时间,我也就顺应看当时的气氛。
9. What do you procrastinate on?
哪些事你在拖延?
10. While the inclination to procrastinate is common, one must fully consider the detrimental impact of unnecessary delays.
虽然拖延的倾向是普遍的,但是人们应该充分考虑到不必要的延误造成的有害影响。