Yiddish for "to stroll around"
Feh! You go and see "Transformers," we'll shpatzir around the shopping mall--you want I should pick you up some socks?
作者 yid2009 2009年8月03日
1.From Yiddish, it means to loaf around, or generally Q & A.

2. To give someone a hard time via getting nothing done.
"Stop shpatziring and move!"
作者 TienLongJew 2009年4月09日

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