Top Definition
To take up the slack. To pull in or make taut a loose section of a rope, line, wire, etc.

verb

1. to make tighter, or more tense or taut, as a rope; remove slack;
Cason noticed slack in the tow rope and yelled, "go slack".
by Dingjob March 20, 2013

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