slapdash en Inglés
adv. in a careless or hurried manner
A slapdash enlargement would obviously be a great mistake.
This is what you call a slapdash job.
They only have that night-time look and that's a bit slapdash.
What kind of slapdash security sweep is this?
And selfish, conceited, slapdash, vain, careless, pigheaded...
But I must say to you in all honesty that the text before us today has been thrown together, it is slapdash and flippant and I, for one, am not proud of it.
District Prison Bijeljina was constructed in a slapdash manner without sufficient understanding of contemporary standards and means to achieve such standards.
More noise, more colour, more slapdash sociability.
Sorry it's sort of slapdash.
The text had also been marred by careless and slapdash drafting.