While procrastinating partners were scrambling Tuesday for last-minute Valentine’s Day gifts, Deneb Williams and Elizabeth-Rose Mandalou were busy opening Allora, their newest restaurant, in East Sacramento.
—benjy egel, sacbee, "‘The highest tier of what we offer’: Italian seafood restaurant opens on Folsom Blvd. | The Sacramento Bee,"15 Feb. 2018
This year, all those procrastinating shoppers will get some extra help from the calendar.
—lauren zumbach, chicagotribune.com, "Holiday calendar a gift to procrastinating shoppers,"20 Dec. 2017
While there are cases where workers make a choice to procrastinate or surf the internet, in a lot of cases employees are forced into inactivity by malfunctioning equipment or inevitable slow periods.
—lynn brezosky, San Antonio Express-News, "Employers shell out $100 billion for employee downtime,"20 Dec. 2017
In the past, there have been extensions – because in the end, a lot of people procrastinate.
—john murawski, charlotteobserver, "Gov. Roy Cooper asks feds for ACA enrollment deadline extension,"13 Dec. 2017
Don't procrastinate dealing with a problem or concern.
—teresa dixon murray, cleveland.com, "11 ways to get consumer problems solved faster: Money Matters,"29 Oct. 2017
The German defender has joined the Turin side from Schalke 04 in August, but has since been stuck on the bench due to two consecutive set-backs that procrastinated his debut in black-and-white.
—SI.com, "Juventus Ready to Welcome Back Long-Term Injured Stars Ahead of Benevento Clash,"3 Nov. 2017
Prefer to procrastinate, or just don't subscribe to that whole supply-and-demand thing?
—katherine lagrave, CNT, "The Cheapest Day to Fly for Thanksgiving 2017,"3 Oct. 2017
There’s no time wasted or temptation to procrastinate by making a more time-intensive dish.
—Health.com, "I Eat the Same Healthy Breakfast and Lunch Every Day—and Maybe You Should Too,"27 Sep. 2017
WordReference English-Spanish Dictionary © 2018:
|procrastinateviintransitive verb: Verb not taking a direct object--for example, "She jokes." "He has arrived."||(put off, do nothing)||posponer⇒vtrverbo transitivo: Verbo que requiere de un objeto directo ("di la verdad", "encontré una moneda").|
|dejar para después loc verblocución verbal: Unidad léxica estable formada de dos o más palabras que funciona como verbo ("sacar fuerzas de flaqueza", "acusar recibo").|
|procrastinar⇒vtrverbo transitivo: Verbo que requiere de un objeto directo ("di la verdad", "encontré una moneda").|
|Tania knew she should be working on her thesis, but she was procrastinating.|