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     Print Edition: May 15, 2011

Multi-slacker

What it means:
An individual who engages in unproductive activities at the workplace.

Origin: 'The term 'multi-slacker' has gained popularity in corporate circles in the last decade.

Usage: The office intern is a multi-slacker at best.

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