slack off
Verb
  1. (informal) To be deliberately unproductive in one's work or study.
    Emily is slacking off since this is her last semester; she completely stopped trying to make good grades.
  2. To decrease in intensity; to ease off; to diminish; to die down.
    Thankfully the hail slacked off after a few minutes.
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