One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘the rain had slacked off to a soft drizzle’
decrease, lessen, subside, get less, let up, ease off, abate, moderate, diminish, dwindle, die down, fall off, drop off, taper off, ebb, recede, wane
2‘I told him to slack off a bit’
relax, take things easy, let up, ease off, ease up, do less, loosen up, slow down, be less active
North American informal hang loose, stay loose, chill out
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