English to Igbo Meaning of laggard - laggard

Laggard :

dilatory onye

ngwa ngwa, nwayọọ na-aga, esonụ, ụdi

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Definitions of laggard in English
Noun(1) someone who takes more time than necessary; someone who lags behind
Adjective(1) wasting time
Examples of laggard in English
(1) Pyongyang was also voicing mounting impatience with what it deemed laggard progress on the reactor project.(2) Why bother to invest in training when the benefits are likely to accrue to laggard firms?(3) President Georgi Purvanov says Bulgaria does not want to be tied to laggard countries in its bid for European Union membership.(4) Many investors want him to get rid of laggard performers, such as GE Appliances and GE Lighting.(5) Some key organizers think the AFL-CIO should still push laggard unions to organize more and help to coordinate more strategic, coordinated campaigns.(6) As the CEO of the laggard portal company, Lansing has faced his share of critics, and most of them are emphatic that his ideas won't work.(7) Fiorina insists all the laggard businesses will be profitable by the middle of next year, or face more pruning.(8) Put a team back in Winnipeg: If it means putting Pittsburgh out of its misery or shifting laggard Atlanta, so be it.(9) More important, India needs to get laggard companies out of state hands to help them grow again and make them competitive in world markets.(10) There's one reason for the laggard performance: costs.(11) Even the laggard economies of Germany and Italy are beginning to look a lot better as they're helped by the weak currency.(12) Meanwhile, the steady rise in equity prices this year means that laggard companies are better able to restructure by selling off noncore assets at reasonable prices.(13) Their words were soothing and completely removed any doubts we once had about possible product overlap or how 64-bit Xeons might slow already laggard Itanium sales.(14) This middle position may reassure educators that laggard schools will be prodded without undermining public education.(15) Operational tempo seemed particularly laggard after major victories, when maintaining the momentum of victory would seem to have promised the greatest rewards.(16) She said that Newry's success is not through external help but through the energy of the people that ÔÇÿcaptured the imagination of the whole of Ireland and even cajoled the laggard politicians.ÔÇÖ
(1) lager beer ::
LAGER biya
1. dilatory ::
2. pokey ::
3. poky ::
8. sluggard ::
9. snail ::
11. loafer ::
12. lazybones ::
13. slacker ::
14. slowpoke ::
15. foot-dragger ::
1. breakneck ::
2. brisk ::
3. dizzy ::
4. fast ::
ngwa ngwa
5. flying ::
na-efe efe
6. hasty ::
ọkụ ọkụ
7. lightning ::
8. meteoric ::
9. quick ::
ngwa ngwa
10. rapid ::
ngwa ngwa
11. running ::
na-agba ọsọ
12. swift ::
Different Forms
laggard, laggardly, laggards
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