slip


slip
I
n.
error

1) to make a slip (of the tongue)

2) a Freudian slip

escape

(colloq.)

3) to give smb. the slip

piece of paper

4) a credit (BE), deposit slip (in a bank); a sales slip (AE)

5) a call slip ('request for a library book')

6) a pink slip ('notice of termination of employment')

7) a rejection slip ('notification that a manuscript has been rejected by a publisher')

II
v.

1) (A) ('to hand') she slipped a note to me; or: she slipped me a note

2) (d; intr.) to slip by, past ('to get by unnoticed') (they easily slipped by the roadblock)

3) (D; intr.) to slip from, out of ('to fall from') (the glass slipped out of her hand)

4) (d; intr.) ('to move quickly') to slip into (to slip into a room)

5) (d; intr.) to slip into ('to change into') (to slip into smt. more comfortable; to slip into a dressing gown)

6) (d; tr.) to slip into ('to insert surreptitiously') (to slip a clause into a contract; she slipped a note into his hand)

7) (D; intr.) ('to slide and fall') to slip on (he slipped on a banana peel)

8) (d; intr.) ('to move quickly') to slip out of (to slip out of a house)

9) (d; intr.) to slip out of ('to take off') (he slipped out of his sweat suit)

10) (d; intr., tr.) to slip through ('to pass through; to cause to pass through') (several scouts slipped through their lines; we were able to slip an agent through their security net; the opportunity slipped through his fingers)

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[slɪp]
or: she slipped me a note
a sales slip (AE)
deposit slip (in a bank)
out of (the glass slipped out of her hand; 'to fall, from')
past (they easily slipped by the roadblock; 'to get by unnoticed')
(A) ('to hand') she slipped a note to me
(D; intr.) to slip from
(d; intr.) to slip by
['escape'] (colloq.) to give smb. the slip
a Freudian slip
a pink slip ('notice of termination of employment')
a rejection slip ('notification that a manuscript has been rejected by a publisher')
a call slip ('request for a library book')
['piece of paper'] a credit (BE)
(D; intr.) ('to slide and fall') to slip on (he slipped on a banana peel)
(d; intr.) to slip out of (he slipped out of his sweat suit; 'to take off)
['error'] to make a slip (of the tongue)
(d; intr., tr.) to slip through (several scouts slipped through their lines; we were able to slip an agent through their security net; the opportunity slipped through his fingers; 'to pass through; to cause to pass through')
(d; tr.) to slip into (to slip a clause into a contract; she slipped a note into his hand; 'to insert surreptitiously')
(d; intr.) ('to move quickly') to slip into (to slip into a room)
(d; intr.) to slip into (to slip into smt. more comfortable; to slip into a dressing gown; 'to change into')
(d; intr.) ('to move quickly') to slip out of (to slip out of a house)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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