laze around

This page is about the phrasal verb laze around.

Meaning: to relax and do very little

Synonym: laze about (British), lie around, chill out (informal)

For example:

  • My son would laze around in front of the TV all day if we let him.

  • Instead of doing exciting things like kite-surfing and jet-skiing, my daughter just lazed around the pool tanning herself and chatting on her phone.

Quick Quiz:

Because of the weather, most of us just felt like lazing around. It was

a. fairly cool

b. nice and warm

c. really hot

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Contributor: Matt Errey