Значение идиомы slack off

[slack off] {v. phr.} 1. To become less active; grow lazy.

Sinceconstruction work has been slacking off toward the end of the summer, many workers were dismissed.

2. To gradually reduce; taper off.

The snowstorms tend to slack off over the Great Lakes by the first ofApril.

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