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Define slackening. slackening synonyms, slackening pronunciation, slackening translation, English dictionary definition of slackening. tr. & intr.v. slack·ened , slack·en·ing , slack·ens 1. To make or become slower; slow down: The runners slackened their pace. Air speed slackened. 2.What is the meaning of slackening of the wind?
slackening - an occurrence of control or strength weakening; "the relaxation of requirements"; "the loosening of his grip"; "the slackening of the wind". slackening. The act or process of becoming less active or intense: abatement, ebb, letup, remission, subsidence, wane.What does slacken off/off mean?
The pace of trading slackened during the winter months. The management expects demand to slacken (off) in the New Year. The car's speed slackened (off) as it went up a steep hill. Most people slacken off/up at the end of a day's work.What does slacken the reins mean?
Slacken the reins or you'll hurt the horse's mouth. He stooped to pick it up, without slackening his pace (= without walking more slowly). The pace of trading slackened during the winter months. The management expects demand to slacken (off) in the New Year. The car's speed slackened (off) as it went up a steep hill.