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slipped US English

(Of a flower or leaf) depicted with a stalk

slipped in slip1 US English

(Of a person or animal) slide unintentionally for a short distance, typically losing one’s balance or footing

slipped disc US English

A vertebral disc that is displaced or partly protruding, pressing on nearby nerves and causing back pain or sciatica

mind US English

A person’s memory

pink slip US English

Dismiss (someone) from employment

sideslip US English

Skid or slip sideways

slip away/by in slip1 US English

(Of time) elapse

slip into/out of in slip1 US English

Put on or take off (a garment) quickly and easily

slip out in slip1 US English

(Of a remark) be uttered inadvertently

slip away in slip1 US English

Depart without saying goodbye; leave quietly or surreptitiously

slip up in slip1 US English

Make a careless error

slip away US English

Depart without saying goodbye; leave quietly or surreptitiously

slip up US English

Make a careless error

slipped disk in slipped disc US English

A vertebral disc that is displaced or partly protruding, pressing on nearby nerves and causing back pain or sciatica

slip something in in slip1 US English

Insert a remark smoothly or adroitly into a conversation

mickey2 US English

short for Mickey Finn.

mooring US English

The ropes, chains, or anchors by or to which a boat, ship, or buoy is moored

slip something over on in slip1 US English

Take advantage of (someone) by trickery

slip something over on US English

Take advantage of (someone) by trickery

fall through the cracks in crack US English

Escape from or be missed by something organized to catch or deal with one

fall through the cracks US English

Escape from or be missed by something organized to catch or deal with one