Would it be correct to presume that the opposite of lazy is ''diligent'?
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"Lazy/Diligent" would work if you're talking about whether or not an employee gets his job done. If you're talking about whether someone spends his free time lying on the couch watching tv or training for marathons, "lazy/energetic" would work better. Emotion: smile
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WesternAmericanWould it be correct to presume that the opposite of lazy is ''diligent'?
'Lazy' is the opposite of 'hard-working' or 'industrious'
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Thank you guys.
Perhaps diligent means busy?
WesternAmericanThank you guys.
Perhaps diligent means busy?

A diligent person shows care and effort in his/her work or duties
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you are correct it is
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