slack

suomi-englanti sanakirja

slack englannista suomeksi

  1. laantua

  2. löysääntyä

  3. velttoilla

  4. veltto

  5. hiljainen, tyyni

  6. suvantopaikka

  7. vetelehtiä, löysäillä, laiskotella

  8. höllentää

  9. höllä, löyhä

  10. sammuttaa kalkki

  11. hiilipöly, hiilijäte

  12. höllyys

  13. hiljainen kausi

  14. letto

  15. höllä köysi

  16. löyhätä

  1. kluuvi

  2. hiilipöly dust, hiilimurska small coal

  3. notko, notkelma

  4. löysä

  5. veltto

  6. huolimaton

  7. hiljainen

  8. löysästi, veltosti, huolimattomasti

  9. velttoilla, viivytellä, vetelehtiä

  10. löysäillä

slack englanniksi

  1. The part of anything that hangs loose, having no strain upon it.

  2. (ux)

  3. A tidal marsh or shallow that periodically fills and drains.

  4. Unconditional listening attention given by client to patient.

  5. 1979, Richard Dean Rosen, ''Psychobabble'' (page 93)

  6. The counselor is directed to give his client "free attention," or "slack," performing a kind of vigil, a version of Carl Rogers's "unconditional positive regard."
  7. 1983, Harvey Jackins, ''The Reclaiming of Power'' (page 14)

  8. We have apparently been doing this all our lives, since we were first distressed. This collection of ancient habits seems to be "energized" by the presence, or even the promise, of "slack" or free attention from any person in the situation (..)
  9. Lax; not tense; not firmly extended.

  10. Weak; not holding fast.

  11. lacking diligence or care; not earnest or eager.

  12. (RQ:KJV).

  13. Not active,successful, or violent.

  14. {{quote-book|en|year=1928|author=Lawrence R. Bourne

  15. Excess; surplus to requirements.

  16. vulgar; sexually explicit, especially in dancehall music.

  17. Slackly.

  18. To slacken.

  19. (RQ:South 1)

  20. In this business of growing rich, poor men (..) should slack their pace.
  21. To mitigate; to reduce the strength of.

  22. (RQ:Spenser Faerie Queene).

  23. To lose cohesion or solidity by a chemical combination with water; to slake.

  24. A temporary speed restriction where track maintenance or engineering work is being carried out at a particular place.

  25. (quote-journal)

  26. A valley, or small, shallow dell.

  27. Small coal; coal dust.

  28. 1905, ''Colliery Engineer'' (volume 25, page 107)

  29. One of the important improvements of recent years has been attained by mixing the peat pulp as it passes through the grinding machine, with other inflammable materials, such as bituminous coal dust, or slack (..)
  30. (quote-journal)|month=April|year=1959|page=220|issn=0141-9935|oclc=35845948|passage=It had rather a woolly and uneven beat and was inclined to prime, but there was no trouble with steaming even though the tender contained mostly small slack and dust.