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slacker

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slacker

noun slack·er \ˈsla-kər\

: a person who avoids work and responsibilities

Full Definition of SLACKER

1
:  a person who shirks work or obligation; especially :  one who evades military service in time of war
2
:  a person and especially a young person who is perceived to be disaffected, apathetic, cynical, or lacking ambition
slacker adjective

Examples of SLACKER

  1. The people I work with are a bunch of slackers.
  2. <there will be no slackers tolerated in this group—anyone who doesn't do their share will get booted out>

First Known Use of SLACKER

1898

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