Hindi translation of 'slacken'
slacken /ˈslækən ˈस्लैकन्/
Word forms: slackens, slackening, slackened
1. transitive or intransitive verb
If something slackens, or if you slacken it, it becomes slower, less active, or weaker.
मंद करना/मंद होना
The wind slackened.
He slackened his pace for me.
2. transitive or intransitive verb
If your grip or a part of your body slackens, or if you slacken it, it becomes looser or more relaxed.
ढीला करना/शिथिल पड़ना
Muscles stretch, slacken and relax during childbirth.
If something slackens off, it becomes slower, less active, or weaker.
At about five o'clock, business slackened off.
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Example Sentences Including 'slacken'
Then, as the boat did not slacken speed, he leaped to his feet.Three in One
I can't see even Martti letting his grip slacken on a bottle that had something in it.Death in Purple Prose
Jack waited for the anchor to strike bottom and the warp to slacken -- but it kept on running out.THE MAIN CAGES (2002)
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Translation of slacken from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary