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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of slack.

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Examples

  • Here, lime water will refer to calcium hydroxide which is also known as slacked lime

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  • We lost some games, wasn't playing well, and overall, our defense kind of slacked off.

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  • But this is where you start to wonder whether everybody kind of slacked off a little bit when Jobs, a notorious tyrant and perfectionist, wasn't around to put the fear of God into them.

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  • December is not exactly last month, but I kind of slacked lately, you know…

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  • Of course, the surprise visit invariably happened just at the moment when the girls had "slacked," whereupon fright being added to ignorance, they would make such a poor display that they themselves were covered with confusion and their instructor with mortification.

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  • But once they made a run I thought the effort kind of slacked off.

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  • But I think I kind of slacked a little bit, because I realized from my past two seasons that it's not all about physical ability.

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  • I hopeyour readings are good Mine are so. so kind of slacked off a little.

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  • "Last year, I kind of slacked off," said Tyler Van Cleave, a freshman in the academy.

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  • Offense kind of slacked off (21 points) but the Cavs are still shooting and moving the ball well.

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