Meaning of the word

Loving to become lazy, accommodated or indolent. It is a term used to describe someone who surrenders to idleness or who gets used to a sedentary life.

Origin of the word

The word “love” originates in the Latin “Malacitare”, which means “to make soft” or “to make lazy”. Over time, the term has evolved to “love” in the Portuguese language.

Word adverbs

– Amaletely
– Amaletely

Conjunctions of the word

– But
– Although
– However

Synonyms of the word

– accommodate
– idle
– Indolence
– Laziness
– Sedentary lifestyle

Word Definitions

– Become lazy or indolent
– surrender to idleness
– Nursed to a sedentary life

Phrases that the word applies

– After so much work, he decided to sabit himself and do nothing more.
She softened after retirement and spent all day watching television.
– Do not love yourself, it is important to stay active and productive.

Examples of the word in text

After years of dedication to work, João decided to love and enjoy retirement.

Children are increasingly softened, passing hours in front of the screens of the electronic devices.

Rhymes with the word

– To lie down
– To accept
– To believe
– Meditate
– Visit

Anagrams with the word

– Maltar
– Metala
– Maltare
– Maltare


Informal Dictionary

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