Procrastinate in a sentence

Use Procrastinate in a sentence

Procrastinate meaning and collocations;

Meaning: [verb] to delay something, usually because you don’t want to do it; put off ;

I find writing essay difficult and will probably procrastinate for some time, at least till the deadline.

Bear in mind that even productive individuals sometimes procrastinate.

Catherine is a student who procrastinates with studying and does poorly in school.

Fear of failure – often this is why people procrastinate.

Most of what he promised was delayed and procrastinated.

German officials also procrastinated on the next round of trade balance talks.

Do not procrastinate or wait until tomorrow.

Some counties procrastinated and retained the Tripartite System in all but a few experimental areas.

I might be procrastinating at work listening to this song.