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to deliberately take a long time to do something
to go somewhere, or to do something, so slowly that people become annoyed with you
to do something very slowly because you do not really want to do it
to take more time or care than is necessary when you are doing something
not reacting quickly to take advantage of a situation
to fall over forwards so that your face hits the ground or another surface
to use someone or something for your own purposes, often in a way that causes harm or difficulties
the activity of exploring abandoned buildings and other manmade structures
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Free thesaurus definition of to do something slowly from the Macmillan English Dictionary - a free English dictionary online with thesaurus and with pronunciation from Macmillan Publishers Limited.