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go slow

To exhibit a lack of eagerness or motivation do something. Boy, you sure are going slow on this homework assignment, huh?
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go ˈslow (on something)

show less enthusiasm for achieving something: The government is going slow on tax reforms.
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KARACHI, September 08, 2009 (Frontier Star): The Pakistan International Airlines has decided to take disciplinary action against pilots who remained absent during Go slow Campaign besides violating rules and regulations and showing irresponsibility, informed sources said on Tuesday.
Their only chance to beat Conduit yesterday to go slow, not make it a stamina test, yet Golden Sword went for home about two furlongs too early Ray of hope Sir Michael Stoute has left Mirrored in the Mile at Goodwood, so maybe I haven't done my cash just yet
In Glasgow's Southside, the Go Slow Cafe is another operation aiming to be at the heart of local life.
Our memories may be faded But they'll forever last Some days will go slow Others will go fast
To them, the export of surplus commodity was the beat solution to the problem, but their hopes have dashed after TCP's go slow policy.
There's a long history of 'moderates' asking civil rights leaders to go slow and not be so radical," he points out, offering as an example Martin Luther King Jr.
KARACHI, September 08, 2009 (Balochistan Times): The Pakistan International Airlines has decided to take disciplinary action against pilots who remained absent during Go slow Campaign besides violating rules and regulations and showing irresponsibility, informed sources said on Tuesday.
And help could be at hand thanks to some laidback Italians and their Go Slow movement.