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slack1 British & World English

Not taut or held tightly in position; loose

slack2 British & World English

Coal dust or small pieces of coal

slack water British & World English

The state of the tide when it is turning, especially at low tide

take up the slack British & World English

Improve the use of resources to avoid an undesirable lull in business

cut someone some slack British & World English

Allow someone some leeway in their conduct

cut someone some slack in slack1 British & World English

Allow someone some leeway in their conduct

take up the slack in slack1 British & World English

Improve the use of resources to avoid an undesirable lull in business

slacklining British & World English

The activity or sport of balancing on a rope or strip of webbing that is fixed high above the ground but not stretched so as to be taut

take or pick up the slack in slack1 British & World English

Improve the use of resources to avoid an undesirable lull in business

slack English Thesaurus

she heard a splash and the rope went slack

slack English-Spanish

flojo

slack off English-Spanish

→ slacken off

slack up in slack English Thesaurus

the horse didn't slack up until he reached the trees

slack off in slack English Thesaurus

the rain had slacked off to a soft drizzle

business is slack in business English-Spanish

hay muy poco movimiento

to cut sb some slack in slack English-Spanish

dejarle pasar algo a algn

security is very slack here in slack English-Spanish

aquí tienen muy descuidada la seguridad

business/demand is very slack in slack English-Spanish

hay muy poco trabajo/muy poca demanda

to take up the slack in sth in slack English-Spanish

aprovechar la capacidad de algo al máximo

they're very slack about paying on time in slack English-Spanish

son muy negligentes en cuanto a pagar puntualmente