Definition of lapsus linguae in English:

lapsus linguae

Line breaks: lap¦sus lin¦guae
Pronunciation: /ˌlapsəs ˈlɪŋɡwʌɪ
 
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noun (plural same)

formal
A slip of the tongue.
More example sentences
  • As Sigmund Freud reminds us, the lapsus linguae is, like the dream, a royal road to the unconscious.

Origin

Latin.

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