Negligent, Negligens, Incuriosus, Indiligens, Oscitans, Somniculosus.
Il est trop negligent de son profit, Ab re est remissior, Budaeus ex Terent.
Negligent en ses affaires et endormi, Dormitator.
Estre negligent et paresseux en quelque affaire, Causae indormire.
Il n'est plus temps d'estre negligent, Nihil loci segnitiae.
Il ne faut point que je soye negligent en cet affaire, Neutiquam haec res neglectui est mihi.
Faire tellement qu'on ne soit estimé negligent, Offensionem negligentiae vitare atque effugere.
On a esté negligent à present, Cessatum vsque adhuc est.

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