slack - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "slack" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

slack / вялый, слабый, несильный
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Перевод
имя прилагательное
вялый
sluggish, slack, flaccid, languid, listless, flabby
слабый
weak, weakly, low, feeble, faint, slack
несильный
slack
имя существительное
слабина
slack, feeble
затишье
calm, lull, slack, standstill, truce
зазор
gap, clearance, backlash, play, air gap, slack
глагол
ослаблять
loosen, weaken, relax, attenuate, reduce, slack
распускать
dissolve, dismiss, disband, unpick, expand, slack
слабнуть
slack, slacken
Определения
имя прилагательное
not taut or held tightly in position; loose.
a slack rope
(of business) characterized by a lack of work or activity; quiet.
business was rather slack
(of a tide) neither ebbing nor flowing.
soon the water will become slack, and the tide will turn
имя существительное
the part of a rope or line that is not held taut; the loose or unused part.
I picked up the rod and wound in the slack
casual trousers.
Wear them with jeans, stylish dress slacks , drawstring pants, and cargo pants or shorts.
a spell of inactivity or laziness.
he slept deeply, refreshed by a little slack in the daily routine
coal dust or small pieces of coal.
Previously, miners had been paid $0.39 per ton of large coal and $0.17 for riddled slack .
глагол
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).
наречие
loosely.
their heads were hanging slack in attitudes of despair
Примеры
Enter too soon before, or too long after slack tide, and we will get blown off the reef and possibly end up in a very dangerous position.
But later he began to put off payment, giving the excuse that business was slack .
Business was slack , unusual for that time of morning.
They say they have no idea when or how Beggs got into the country because of slack EU border controls.
The sea becomes still - it is slack tide.
Reeling the little Calcutta 400 quite quickly in the slack tide gave the eel just that little extra zip and fish attracting noise in the water.
Hanssen was slack about ‘tradecraft’ because he knew just how remote the possibility of discovery was.
Our spirits are willing but the flesh, alas, is slack .
The average occupancy rate of the hotels has exceeded 90 per cent, with significant recovery from an earlier slack business season.
On neap tides it's usually slack enough to dive an hour before this and up to an hour after.