The Chinese word 懒 means lazy or indolent. It is commonly used to describe a person who is unwilling to put in effort or work hard. For example, you might say someone is 懒惰 if they are lazy and don’t want to do anything. This word can also be used to describe objects or situations that are slow-moving or sluggish.
|我很懒，不想做作业||wǒ hěn lǎn, bù xiǎng zuò zuòyè||I am lazy and don’t want to do homework|
|他太懒了，整天只会玩游戏||tā tài lǎn le, zhěng tiān zhǐ huì wán yóuxì||He is too lazy and only knows how to play games all day|
|她懒得做饭，所以常常叫外卖||tā lǎn de zuò fàn, suǒ yǐ chángcháng jiào wàimài||She is too lazy to cook, so she often orders takeout|
|这只猫太懒了，整天都在睡觉||zhè zhī māo tài lǎn le, zhěng tiān dōu zài shuìjiào||This cat is too lazy and sleeps all day|
|我的弟弟很懒，总是拖延做作业||wǒ de dìdì hěn lǎn, zǒng shì tuōyán zuò zuòyè||My younger brother is lazy and always procrastinates doing homework|
|她太懒了，从来不锻炼身体||tā tài lǎn le, cónglái bù duànliàn shēntǐ||She is too lazy and never exercises|