If you want behaviors repeated by your co-workers, tell them specifically what you liked. Don’t just say, “Good job.” Tell them what the behavior was and why it was important to you. This works for bosses, too!
1. To fool around, waste time, or spend time lazily.
2. To neck.
Origin uncertain. Earliest documented use: 1862.
“I lallygagged around and when it was evident that they were not coming home to take me, I had to start off.”
Margaret Mason; A Memory at Large; RoseDog Books; 2011.
English example: Tell me a little bit about yourself.
English translation: exhausted
Spanish example: He trabajado todo el día; estoy agotado.
Example sentence: I’ve worked all day long; I’m exhausted.