1. To cut someone some slack by providing something they would like.
2. Commonly used to ask someone to fetch something.
3. To loosen tight contol of an asset, whether money, food, drink, or miscellaneous items, and in doing so, allow another to have use of said item. Often, a request to slack something implies asking another to give/lend it, while simultaneously asking them to fetch it for you.
"Slack me that screwdriver over there, can you? I don't want to let go of this right now." "My fridge is empty...whyncha run to your house and slack us some beers?" "Slack me a Benjy for happy-hour tonight...I'll hit ya back tomorrow."
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