procrastinate

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to go or move slowly so that progress is hindered

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"They deliberately procrastinated the documentation works until past midnight, so they can slap us with a 9000 euro fine.
And we know, we know all too shamefully well, what it means to wish with all our hearts that we had not procrastinated. But at the same time, we do not have any clear sense of what this activity of "not procrastinating" entails.
But the shelf and hardware I had bought had been gathering dust for over a year while the men in my house procrastinated. So when my husband and sons announced that they were taking off on another hunting trip, I told them I was going to do the job myself.
Contrast this with the staggering assertion from the new Tansport Minister that, having deliberately procrastinated over plans for the long overdue redevelopment of New Street Station, there is every liklihood the Government will still attempt to find spurious reasons to avoid supporting what has long been accepted as an essential infrastructure project for the city, the region and well beyond.
Candidates most frequently cited work and family commitments as reasons for not taking the exam; they also said they felt no pressure from employers to take it and, because the test is offered on demand, procrastinated in scheduling it.
"I procrastinated because I didn't meet certain criteria for the position," says Gross.
Health Secretary John Reid has procrastinated long enough.
Many tax advisers have faced a situation in which an elderly couple--for various reasons--either never considered or procrastinated in implementing a wealth preservation plan.
My own CWL executive has procrastinated and most members are apathetic to the inherent danger of letting this National Executive speak for 102,000 women.
Record in the log the tasks you procrastinated, why you procrastinated and one of the following strategies that could be used to help eliminate procrastination of these tasks in the future.