Laze about / around – English Phrasal Verb – Online English Lessons

To laze about (or laze around) is to enjoy yourself by relaxing and doing nothing or very little.

laze (verb) – to rest lazily; to idle

Examples of use:

1. I lazed about in the garden on my day off.

2. We lazed around by the hotel pool all week.

3. Our cat loves lazing around in the sun.

infinitive
laze about /around
present simple
laze about / around or lazes about / around
-ing form
lazing about / around
past simple
lazed about / around
past participle
lazed about / around

Can you think of any ways to use the phrasal verb ‘laze about‘  or ‘laze around‘ in a sentence?

What’s your favourite way to laze about? I enjoy lazing about in my garden and reading a good book.

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