Meaning of slackline in English:

slackline

Pronunciation /ˈslaklʌɪn/

noun

  • A strip of webbing that is fixed above the ground but not stretched tight, used to balance on in the sport of slacklining.

    • ‘the stunt saw her balance on a slackline between two trucks driving at full speed’

verb

[no object]
  • Balance on a strip of webbing that is fixed above the ground but not stretched tight.

    ‘I like to slackline barefoot’
    • ‘he slacklined over a waterfall in Switzerland’