Taking or requiring a long time: the slow job of making bread.
Taking more time than is usual: a slow worker; slow progress in the peace negotiations.
Allowing movement or action only at a low speed: a slow track; a slow infield.
Registering a time or rate behind or below the correct one: a slow clock.
Lacking in promptness or willingness; not precipitate: They were slow to accept our invitation.
Characterized by a low volume of sales or transactions: Business was slow today.
Lacking liveliness or interest; boring: a slow party.
Not having or exhibiting intellectual or mental quickness: a slow learner.
Only moderately warm; low: a slow oven.
So as to fall behind the correct time or rate: The watch runs slow.
At a low speed: Go slow!
To make slow or slower.
To delay; retard.
To become slow or slower.