Slow - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- become slow or slower (syn: slack, slacken)
- (of business) not active or brisk (syn: dull, sluggish)
please go slow so I can see the sights
The buyers were slow to act, and the house was sold to someone else.
He was a quiet boy who seldom spoke, and some people thought he was a little slow.
Business is slow during the summer.
The first few chapters are slow, but after that it gets better.
My computer is working slow.
...you need to go slow with this experiment, or you'll make mistakes...
The car slowed and gradually came to a stop.
The extra weight slowed the truck.
She is very slow to act.
She cooked the broth on a slow fire.
John was very slow in keeping an appointment.
Slow and steady wins the race.
He usually drives very slow.
The watch runs slow.
The severe snowstorm has slowed the traffic down.
present participle: slowing
past tense: slowed
past participle: slowed
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