медленный; медлительный; несообразительный; неспешащий; неторопливый; тупой; с замедленным развитием; постепенный; тихий; скучный; неинтересный; вялый; затрудняющий быстрое движение; идущий с малой скоростью;
замедлять; отставать; замедляться
- MORE and more women are turning to expensive cosmetic surgery to slow down the ageing clock - but as our pictures show, it isn't always a cut above less drastic beauty remedies.
- The implications were that the dinosaurs were not stupid, slow, cold-blooded animals, said Angela Milner of London's Natural History Museum.
- Many of society's institutional arrangements are based on the assumption of stable prices, and institutional arrangements are often very slow to change.
- Doyle's breathing was easy, his heart-beat slow, irregular.
- Half the English feed fast and early and then go down the pub to drink beer, the other half eat a slow meal late and drink wine before, during and after.
- I had fondly imagined that sitting astride one of these slow, sure-footed and allegedly stubborn beasts would be a doddle - which it was when actually in the saddle.
- Moreover, hospital early discharge schemes have been slow to develop, yet are immensely popular where they have taken root.
- The leading car saw him and started to slow; owing to the narrowness of the road, the ones behind slowed as well.
- Late last month, IMF managing director Michel Camdessus said: "The world economy is emerging from a period of slow growth, but with hesitation."
- Still, I had happier memories of Enniskillen: of the Horseshoe Lounge in the Railway Hotel (now an hotel without a railway) and a group named "Country Comrades", who played Irish, Scottish and hillbilly tunes fast and slow, while the crowd whooped and danced merrily; of hillside fields and haycocks; of the Bronze Age burial chamber said to be a giant's grave; and of tales of the local footpack's exploits among the Ulster foxes.
- "Nigel's left jab is very low, and his big right cross is very slow.
- Just slow it down."
- The processes of rethinking and reorganization set in motion by the scandals over unprotected children were slow and painful.