The biggest pre-election issue, Haredi sponging and shirking of military service, was captured by Yair Lapid.
What are some of the responsibilities that maybe Google or Facebook or companies such as this have been shirking?
"Netanyahu is scared, fickle and shirking responsibility," Diskin says in the interview.
It seems others have to pick up the slack you create in shirking existing obligations.
The difficulties in the way of investigating the laws which govern heredity have as usual led to shirking the issue altogether.
However disagreeable my duty may be, it is my duty; and there is no shirking it.
This result comes only to those who carry out all the directions with genuine alacrity—not shirking one of them.
"That's only Uncle Dan's way of shirking his responsibilities," Pauline explained.
It seems like shirking, remonstrated Drayton, his restored manliness eager to begin an expiation.
He began to feel that after all he might be shirking a duty he ought to undertake.
1630s, "to practice fraud or trickery," also a noun (1630s, now obsolete) "a needy, disreputable parasite" [OED], perhaps from German schurke "scoundrel, rogue, knave, villain" (see shark (n.)). Sense of "evade one's work or duty" first recorded 1785, originally in slang. Related: Shirked; shirking.