• (adj): Slow to learn or understand; lacking intellectual acuity.
    Example: "Worked with the slow students"
    Synonyms: dense, dim, dull, dumb, obtuse
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on slow, slows:

List Of Totally Spies! Characters - Recurring Villains - Willard
... Willard, a mad scientist, is an extremely slow man ... of the world was too fast for him, Willard invented a beam that slows down molecular movement, and in Season 2 Episode "Alex Quits" attempted to use the ray to slow the rest of the world down so ... He managed to capture the spies (including new recruit Britney) with his slow ray, but was ultimately defeated by Alex and Britney ...
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... To promote the album a feature length film was made called Slow Motion Addict, including a video for 12 of the 13 songs featured on Slow Motion Addict ... Round stars in twelve episodes based around tracks from her new album, Slow Motion Addict ...

More definitions of "slow":

  • (adj): (of business) not active or brisk.
    Synonyms: dull, sluggish
  • (adv): Of timepieces.
    Example: "The clock is almost an hour slow"
    Synonyms: behind
  • (adj): Not moving quickly; taking a comparatively long time.
    Example: "A slow walker"; "the slow lane of traffic"; "her steps were slow"; "he was slow in reacting to the news"; "slow but steady growth"
  • (adj): At a slow tempo.
    Example: "The band played a slow waltz"
  • (adj): (used of timepieces) indicating a time earlier than the correct time.
    Example: "The clock is slow"
  • (adv): Without speed ('slow' is sometimes used informally for 'slowly').
    Example: "Please go slow so I can see the sights"
    Synonyms: slowly, easy, tardily

Famous quotes containing the word slow:

    The true gardener then brushes over the ground with slow and gentle hand, to liberate a space for breath round some favourite; but he is not thinking about destruction except incidentally. It is only the amateur like myself who becomes obsessed and rejoices with a sadistic pleasure in weeds that are big and bad enough to pull, and at last, almost forgetting the flowers altogether, turns into a Reformer.
    Freya Stark (1893–1993)

    Marriage is a fierce battle before which the two partners ask heaven for its blessing, because loving each other is the most audacious of enterprises; the battle is not slow to start, and victory, that is to say freedom, goes to the cleverest.
    Honoré De Balzac (1799–1850)

    I cannot give them my confidence; pardon me, gentlemen, confidence is a plant of slow growth in an aged bosom: youth is the season of credulity.
    William, Earl Of Pitt (1708–1778)