One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘there's no time to dally on the way to work’
dawdle, delay, loiter, linger, waste time, kill time, take one's time, while away time
lag, trail, straggle, fall behind
amble, plod, trudge, meander, drift
Irish Scottish traik
archaic, literary tarry
2‘he should stop dallying with film stars’
trifle, toy, play, amuse oneself, flirt, play fast and loose, tinker, philander, womanize, carry on
informal play around, mess about, mess around
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