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slip out

phrasal verb with slip
 
 
/slɪp/ verb ( present participle slipping, past tense and past participle slipped)
If a remark slips out, you say it without intending to: I didn't mean to tell anyone you were getting married - it just slipped out.Faults and mistakes
Translations of “slip out”
in Chinese (Traditional) 被無意說出…
in Russian вырваться (о слове)…
in Turkish söyleyivermek, ağzından çıkıvermek, ağzından kaçmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 被无意说出…
in Polish wypsnąć się, wymykać się…
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