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slip

US [slɪp]
UK [slɪp]
Past Tense:slipped  Present Participle:slipt slippedslipping  
slip
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v.
滑;倒slide/fall
1.
[i]
~ (over)
滑倒;滑跤to slide a short distance by accident so that you fall or nearly fall
She slipped over on the ice and broke her leg.
她在冰上滑倒把腿摔断了。
As I ran up the stairs, my foot slipped and I fell.
我跑上楼梯时失脚摔倒了。
脱离位置out of position
2.
[i]
(+ adv./prep.)
滑落;滑离;脱落to slide out of position or out of your hand
His hat had slipped over one eye.
他的帽子滑下来遮住了一只眼睛。
The fish slipped out of my hand.
鱼从我手里溜掉了。
The child slipped from his grasp and ran off.
他一把没抓牢,让那孩子跑掉了。
She was careful not to let her control slip.
她小心翼翼,不让自己失控。
快速地走╱放置go/put quickly
3.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
悄悄疾行;溜to go somewhere quickly and quietly, especially without being noticed
She slipped out of the house before the others were awake.
她趁别人还没醒,溜出了房子。
The ship slipped into the harbour at night.
船在夜间悄然进港。
She knew that time was slipping away.
她知道时间在飞逝。
4.
[t]
迅速放置;悄悄塞;偷偷放to put sth somewhere quickly, quietly or secretly
Anna slipped her hand into his.
安娜悄悄把手伸过去,让他握住。
I managed to slip a few jokes into my speech.
我设法在讲话中穿插了几个笑话。
I managed to slip in a few jokes.
我设法穿插了几个笑话。
They'd slipped some money to the guards.
他们悄悄塞给卫兵一些钱。
They'd slipped the guards some money.
他们悄悄塞给卫兵一些钱。
变差become worse
5.
[i]
下降;退步;变差to fall to a lower level; to become worse
His popularity has slipped recently.
近来他已不如过去那样受欢迎。
That's three times she's beaten me─I must be slipping !
她已经赢了我三回了,我一定是退步了!
陷入困境into difficult situation
6.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
陷入,进入(困难或不愉快的处境)to pass into a particular state or situation, especially a difficult or unpleasant one
He began to slip into debt.
他开始欠债了。
The patient had slipped into a coma.
病人陷入昏迷状态。
We seem to have slipped behind schedule.
我们好像已经赶不上日程安排了。
穿╱脱衣服clothes on/off
7.
[i][t]
(迅速且容易地)穿上,脱下to put clothes on or to take them off quickly and easily
to slip into/out of a dress
麻利地穿上╱脱掉连衣裙
to slip your shoes on/off
蹬上╱脱了鞋
He slipped a coat over his sweatshirt.
他将一件外衣披在长袖套衫上。
摆脱get free
8.
[t]
摆脱;挣脱;松开;放走to get free; to make sth/sb/yourself free from sth
The ship had slipped its moorings in the night.
那艘船在夜间漂离了停泊处。
The animal had slipped free and escaped.
那头动物挣脱逃跑了。
IDM
I happened to let it slip that he had given me £1 000 for the car.
我一不小心说出了他花 1 000 英镑买走我那辆车的事。
She tried not to let slip what she knew.
她尽量不把她所知道的事泄露出去。
let slip sth
泄露;无意中说出to give sb information that is supposed to be secret
I happened to let it slip that he had given me £1 000 for the car.
我一不小心说出了他花 1 000 英镑买走我那辆车的事。
She tried not to let slip what she knew.
她尽量不把她所知道的事泄露出去。
Don't let the chance to work abroad slip through your fingers.
这个出国工作的机会你可不要错过。
let sth slip (through your fingers)
错过(机会);失去(机会)to miss or fail to use an opportunity
Don't let the chance to work abroad slip through your fingers.
这个出国工作的机会你可不要错过。
slip your mind
被遗忘if sthslips your mind , you forget it or forget to do it
slip one over on sb
(informal)
欺骗;愚弄to trick sb
We tried to contact all former students, but one or two slipped through the net.
我们试图同所有的校友取得联系,但有一两个未能找到。
slip through the net
漏网;被漏掉when sb/sthslips through the net , an organization or a system fails to find them and deal with them
We tried to contact all former students, but one or two slipped through the net.
我们试图同所有的校友取得联系,但有一两个未能找到。
n.
差错small mistake
1.
差错;疏漏;纰漏a small mistake, usually made by being careless or not paying attention
He recited the whole poem without making a single slip.
他一字不差地背诵了全诗。
piece of paper
2.
纸条;便条;小纸片a small piece of paper, especially one for writing on or with sth printed on it
I wrote it down on a slip of paper.
我把它记在一张纸条上。
a betting slip
赌注单
滑跤act of slipping
3.
滑跤;滑倒;失脚an act of slipping
One slip and you could fall to your death.
一失脚,你就会摔死。
衣服clothing
4.
衬裙a piece of women's underwear like a thin dress or skirt, worn under a dress
板球in cricket
5.
(击球员后侧的)守场员;守场员所站的位置a player who stands behind and to one side of the batsman and tries to catch the ball; the position on the field where this player stands
IDM
give sb the slip
(informal)
摆脱某人的追踪;甩掉跟踪者to escape or get away from sb who is following or chasing you
a slip of a boy, girl, etc.
小男孩(或女孩等);瘦男孩(或女孩等)a small or thin, usually young, person
Did I call you Richard? Sorry, Robert, just a slip of the tongue.
我刚才是不是叫你理查德了?对不起,罗伯特,我是一时口误。
a slip of the pen/tongue
笔误;口误a small mistake in sth that you write or say
Did I call you Richard? Sorry, Robert, just a slip of the tongue.
我刚才是不是叫你理查德了?对不起,罗伯特,我是一时口误。
theres many a slip twixt cup and lip
到嘴的鸭子也会飞走(指没有十拿九稳的事)nothing is completely certain until it really happens because things can easily go wrong

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