- a person who avoids work or effort；a person who evades military service.
noun: slacker, plural noun: slackers
- 1. informal a person who avoids work or effort the slackers who let the side down by their want of team spirit
- ▪ informal a person who evades military service.
- ▪ informal a young person (especially in the 1990s) of a subculture characterized by apathy and aimlessness they are portrayed as dreamy, disenfranchised slackers slacker culture
slacking off = 混水摸魚 (很常用的一個生活phrase) Example1: Andy: How... final study go? Anas: Not much. I have been slacking off all day. Example 2: Boss: Jack, you need to get the financial...
take up the slack= pick up the slackto improve the way money or people are used in an organization...的）效率 By google dictionary: http://www.google.com.hk/dictionary?q=take+up+the+slack&hl=zh-TW&sl=en&tl=zh-TW&oi=dict_re 2011-07-21 02:05:11 補充...
slack water (停止漲退的)平潮(期)；靜流