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slow

adjective
 
 
/sləʊ/
NOT FAST A1 moving, happening, or doing something without much speed
yavaş, ağır
I'm making slow progress with the painting. He's a very slow reader.Slow and moving slowly
be slow to do sth; be slow in doing sth to take a long time to do something
yavaş hareket etmek/yapmak; bir şeyi yaparken ağırdan almak
The government has been slow to react to the problem. The ambulance was very slow in coming.Slow and moving slowly
CLOCK If a clock is slow, it shows a time that is earlier than the correct time.
(saat) geri, geri kalmış
Watches and clocks
BUSINESS If business is slow, there are few customers.
(iş) hareketsiz, yavaş, satış yapamayan, cansız
Starting, succeeding and failing in businessEconomics and the state of the economy
NOT CLEVER not quick at learning and understanding things
öğrenmede ve anlamada yavaş, yavaş öğrenen
Stupid and sillyOf unsound mind
NOT EXCITING not exciting
hareketsiz, cansız, heyecansız
I find his films very slow.Tedious and uninspiring
(Definition of slow adjective from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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