Slacker Definition

slăkər
slackers
noun
slackers
A person who shirks work or duty.
Webster's New World
A person who evades military service in wartime.
Webster's New World
A young person, typically in his or her twenties, variously regarded as idle, lazy, unambitious, etc.
Webster's New World
The definition of a slacker is an unmotivated person who doesn't work very hard or who doesn't have a lot of ambition.
A guy who sits around on the couch all day and does nothing productive is an example of a slacker.
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A person lacking a sense of direction in life; an underachiever.

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Other Word Forms of Slacker

Noun

Singular:
slacker
Plural:
slackers

Origin of Slacker

  • From slack +"Ž -er; compare especially slack off.

    From Wiktionary

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