Definition Of slacked

verb

loosen (something, especially a rope).

The rope would tighten and then slack and then tighten, jerking Darren while all the time cutting into his already tore up wrists.

slake (lime).

Example Of slacked

  • A lot of men died in earlier wars just because they slacked off.

  • A person whose performance has slacked off may be reacting to changes in the work environment, management, work task or assignment.

  • After slacking it off for a bit Sierra decided to start on it.

  • Bettina was working out consistently a year ago, but because of work demands she slacked off.

  • But now it was April, the weather was getting warm, and everyone one was slacking a bit.


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