slacken en Vietnamita
Despite this, the vessel’s speed slackened, owing to the state of the sea, the long waves of which broke against its bow.
He wondered whether it might be time to slacken speed, and he consulted his crew.
The newspaper vendors were passing through the boulevard crying the evening editions, their furious speed repeatedly slackened by the eager hands of the passersby contending for the papers.
Growth has also slackened in Western Europe.
He walked quickly, but his pace slackened as he drew near the house.
I hailed her, but could get no answer; yet I found I gained upon her, for the wind slackened.
Hadji Murad looked back. He said nothing and went on without slackening pace.
I wanted to tell you, and I snatched a minute when things had slackened up a bit.
Of course, the Shaido did not appear to slacken their assault either.
Slackened ropes hung off her midsection and shoulders.
1. decrease: abate, mitigate, reduce, diminish, weaken, lessen, retard
2. neglect: defer, fail
3. restrain: bridle, control, curb, subdue, check, repress