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n. Slang
A sleazy person.
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n. Slang.
a contemptible person.
Also called sleaze•ball (ˈslizˌbɔl)
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[ˈsliːzbæg] sleazeball [ˈsliːzbɔːl] Ndepravado/a m/f
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, sleazeball
n (pej inf)Dreckskerl m (inf)
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