loiter englannista suomeksi
maleksia, roikkua, munia, seisoksia
To stand about without any aim or purpose; to stand about idly.
To remain at a certain place instead of moving on.
(quote-journal)|location=London|date=31 January 2015|url=https://www.theguardian.com/football/2015/jan/31/chelsea-manchester-city-premier-league-match-report|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20170308125755/https://www.theguardian.com/football/2015/jan/31/chelsea-manchester-city-premier-league-match-report|archivedate=8 March 2017|passage=Agüero|Sergio Agüero, as usual, was loitering with intent and swung his left foot at the ball. The shot was going wide but Silva|David Silva was there to apply the decisive touch inside the six-yard area.
For an aircraft to remain in the air near a target.
A standing or strolling about without any aim or purpose.
1865, Edward Spooner, ''Parson and People'' (page 125)
- Oh, Sir, we just got up in the morning and had a loiter and a pipe on the green; then we got our breakfasts; (..)