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VERB 滑;滑倒 If you slip, you accidentally slide and lose your balance.
He had slipped on an icy pavement...
Be careful not to slip.
VERB 滑落;脱落 If something slips, it slides out of place or out of your hand.
His glasses had slipped...
The hammer slipped out of her grasp.
VERB 迅速而悄无声息地走(到某处);溜(到某处) If you slip somewhere, you go there quickly and quietly.
Amy slipped downstairs and out of the house...
She slipped into the driving seat and closed the door.
VERB 迅速而不被注意地放置;偷偷塞进 If you slip something somewhere, you put it there quickly in a way that does not attract attention.
I slipped a note under Louise's door...
He found a coin in his pocket and slipped it into her collecting tin...
VERB 偷偷地给;把…塞给 If you slip something to someone, you give it to them secretly.
Robert had slipped her a note in school...
She looked round before pulling out a package and slipping it to the man.
VERB 不知不觉地转入(某种状态);逐渐陷入(某种情况) To slip into a particular state or situation means to pass gradually into it, in a way that is hardly noticed.
It amazed him how easily one could slip into a routine...
There was a 50-50 chance that the economy could slip back into recession.
VERB 下降;下跌 If something slips to a lower level or standard, it falls to that level or standard.
Shares slipped to 117p...
股价跌至 117 便士。
The club had slipped to the bottom of Division Four...
VERB 迅速轻松地穿上/脱下 If you slip into or out of clothes or shoes, you put them on or take them off quickly and easily.
She slipped out of the jacket and tossed it on the couch...
I slipped off my woollen gloves.
N-COUNT (轻微的)过错，过失，疏漏 A slip is a small or unimportant mistake.
We must be well prepared, there must be no slips.
N-COUNT 片;条 A slip of paper is a small piece of paper.
...little slips of paper he had torn from a notebook...
I put her name on the slip.
N-COUNT (女裙的)衬裙，薄裙 A slip is a thin piece of clothing that a woman wears under her dress or skirt.
N-COUNT 瘦小的年轻人 If you refer to someone as a slip of a girl or a slip of a boy, you mean they are small, thin, and young.
He's a mere slip of a lad compared to his brother...
She was just a slip of a thing.
PHRASE 逃脱;摆脱;避开 If you give someone the slip, you escape from them when they are following you or watching you.
He gave reporters the slip by leaving at midnight.
PHRASE 无意中泄露(秘密) If you let slip information, you accidentally tell it to someone, when you wanted to keep it secret.
I bet he let slip that I'd gone to America.
PHRASE 被忘掉;被遗忘 If something slips your mind, you forget about it.
The reason for my visit had obviously slipped his mind.