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- vi. 滑; 滑倒 lose one's balance; fall or almost fall as the result of this
- vi. 溜走,悄悄地移动 move smoothly, or unnoticed
- vt. 摆脱,挣脱 get free from (a fastening)
- vt. 被忽视,被遗忘,逃过 escape from; be forgotten or unnoticed by
- vt. 偷偷〔悄悄〕地塞给 put or give smoothly, secretly or unnoticed
- [S] 滑,溜,滑倒 an act of slipping or sliding
- [C] 小过失,失误 slight mistake
a socially awkward or tactless act
a minor inadvertent mistake usually observed in speech or writing or in small accidents or memory lapses etc.
potter's clay that is thinned and used for coating or decorating ceramics
a part (sometimes a root or leaf or bud) removed from a plant to propagate a new plant through rooting or grafting
a young and slender person;
"he's a mere slip of a lad"
a place where a craft can be made fast
an accidental misstep threatening (or causing) a fall;
"he blamed his slip on the ice"
"the jolt caused many slips and a few spills"
a slippery smoothness;
"he could feel the slickness of the tiller"
artifact consisting of a narrow flat piece of material
a small sheet of paper;
"a receipt slip"
a woman's sleeveless undergarment
bed linen consisting of a cover for a pillow;
"the burglar carried his loot in a pillowcase"
an unexpected slide
a flight maneuver; aircraft slides sideways in the air
the act of avoiding capture (especially by cunning)
"The ship slipped away in the darkness"
insert inconspicuously or quickly or quietly;
"He slipped some money into the waiter's hand"
move obliquely or sideways, usually in an uncontrolled manner;
"the wheels skidded against the sidewalk"
"My grades are slipping"
move smoothly and easily;
"the bolt slipped into place"
"water slipped from the polished marble"
to make a mistake or be incorrect
pass on stealthily;
"He slipped me the key when nobody was looking"
"slip into something comfortable"
cause to move with a smooth or sliding motion;
"he slipped the bolt into place"
pass out of one's memory
move out of position;
"the artificial hip joint luxated and had to be put back surgically"
- She slipped on the ice.
- I was unlucky to slip on a banana skin and fall over.
- The gear slipped.
- The wheel slipped from my frozen hand, and the car went right across the road.
- The office slipped up and the letter was never sent.
- She contrived to slip away unobserved in the dusk of the afternoon.
- John felt it was a fat chance and he must never let it slip.
- Leaving his name off the list was a bad slip up.
- Our neighbour nearly had a slip on the waxed floor.
- The pig tips , kit trips and chick slips.
- I tried to follow her but she gave me the slip.
- Why did my youth slip past me?
- I have corrected some factual slips, expunged some repetitions.
- One day he slipped and hurt his leg.
- She slipped and fell down the stairs.
- He slipped in the mud.
- He slipped on the ice.
- The dog slipped its collar and ran away.
- Your name has slipped my mind.
- The point slipped my attention.
- She slipped me a letter.
- John slipped him a note.
- He slipped the waiter 5 pounds to get them a good table.
- Passers-by would slip the beggar some change as they passed.
- Tom slipped a stamp to me.
- Ling slipped a letter to me.
- One slip and you could fall off the building.
- There are a few trivial slips in this lesson.
- slip down (v.+adv.)
滑倒 fall over accidentally by sliding
My aunt has slipped down in the High Street and hurt her ankle, so I have to take her to the doctor.
- slip from (v.+prep.)
降低到…之下 fall below a former standardYour work has been slipping from the standard that we expect of you.你的工作已降到我们认为你应该达到的标准之下了。
- slip into (v.+prep.)
(使)悄悄进入 enter a place silently or secretly
slip into sth
The car turned on the wet road and slipped into the fence.
汽车在那条泥泞的道路上打滑,接着撞上了栅栏。slip sth into sth
She slipped a pound note into his hand.
她把一英镑的钞票塞到他的手里。slip into sth
I have to come late, so I'll slip into the room at the back, if you'll save me a place.
- slip out of (v.+adv.+prep.)
溜出去 leave a place or group quietly and without being noticedShe slipped out of the room.她溜出了房间。
- slip one〔something〕 over on (v.+adv.+prep.)
愚弄,欺骗 deceive; make a fool of
slip one〔something〕 over on sb/sth
He really slipped one over on us when he came to the party dressed as a witch.
He's not the sort of man you can slip something over on.
Tom tried to slip something over on his customers by substituting inferior merchandise for that ordered.
- slip up (v.+adv.)
搞错,弄错 make mistake
Could you check these figures, and see where I have slipped up?
The office slipped up and the letter was never sent.
When I made that statement,I slipped up badly; I ought to have verified my facts first.
- slip sb a note 暗中塞给某人一张字条
- slip from 从…滑落
- slip into 溜进,迅速穿上衣服
- slip into a dressing gown 匆忙换上晨衣
- slip a note into sb's hand 偷偷地将一纸条塞进某人手中
- slip into a room 溜进房间
- slip on 踩到…而滑倒
- slip on a banana peel 踩在香蕉皮上滑倒
- Freudian slip 说话漫不经心而漏嘴的错误
I took a slip of the..Scotch rose-bud his mother brought out from Scotland.出自： L. M. Montgomery
I stand on the ferry slip looking across the river.出自： C. Milne
The silent water slipping from the hills.出自： Tennyson
I came downstairs without any noise and slipped out.出自： T. Hardy
How had their time together slipped along so smoothly..?出自： H. James
Our little vessel slipped between two..islands.出自： R. Dahl
Making barely a splash, I slipped overboard.出自： J. M. Coetzee
He was slipping into madness.出自： J. Diski
Summer had slipped into autumn.出自： S. Rosenberg
That wasn't really a mistake. It was only a slip.
- 注意词组slip of the pen和slip of the tongue中都要加定冠词the。
- slip, glide, slide
- 1.glide强调不停地、动作优雅地滑行; slide强调滑动时一直与表面保持接触; slip强调由于表面平滑而突然不由自主地滑动。
- 2.在作“滑动,悄悄地走,消逝”解时, slide和glide可互换使用。
- ☆ 1300年左右进入英语，直接源自中世纪低地德语的slippen，意为滑行；最初源自原始印欧语的sleib，意为滑的。