Word: gypsy

Category: gypsy

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Synonyms: gypsy

waste time, dally, dawdle, loiter, linger, take one's time, delay, temporize, stall, procrastinate, pussyfoot around, drag one's feet, dither, hesitate, falter, vacillate, waver, hem and haw, shilly-shally, lollygag, let the grass grow under one's feet, tarry, dillydally, shillyshally, drag one's heels

Translations: gypsy

german
zigeuner


french
tsigane, tzigane, gitan

portuguese
cigano, gorgolejo

dutch
zigeuner

russian
цыганка, цыган

norwegian
sigøyner

finnish
romani, mustalainen

czech
cikánka

polish
cygan, czarnula

ukrainian
циганка, циган, циганський

estonian
mustlane

croatian
ciganin, ciganka, rom

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The meaning and "use of": gypsy

noun
  • a member of a traveling people with dark skin and hair who speak Romany and traditionally live by seasonal work, itinerant trade, and fortune-telling. Gypsies are now found mostly in Europe, parts of North Africa, and North America, but are believed to have originated in South Asia.
  • a nomadic or free-spirited person.

adjective
  • (of a business or business person) nonunion or unlicensed.

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