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Definición de “slip” en inglés

slip

verb uk   /slɪp/ (-pp-) us  

slip verb (SLIDE)

B1 [I] to slide without intending to: She slipped on the ice. Careful you don't slip - there's water on the floor. The razor slipped while he was shaving and he cut himself.Advancing and moving forward C2 [I] to move out of the correct position: Her hat had slipped over one eye. He could feel the rope slipping out of his grasp.

slip verb (DO QUICKLY)

C2 [I or T, usually + adv/prep] to go somewhere or put something somewhere quickly, often so that you are not noticed: Just slip out of the room while nobody's looking. She slipped between the cool cotton sheets and was soon asleep. He slipped a piece of paper into my hand with his address on it. [+ two objects] If you slip the waiter some money/slip some money to the waiter he'll give you the best table.Moving quickly

slip verb (GET WORSE)

[I] to go into a worse state, often because of lack of control or care: Productivity in the factory has slipped quite noticeably in the last year.Deteriorating and making worse

slip verb (ESCAPE)

[T] to get free from, leave, or escape something: The ship slipped its moorings.Running away and escaping

slip verb (VALUE)

[I] to go down in value: The dollar slipped against the Japanese yen.Becoming and making smaller or lessBecoming and making less strong

slip

noun uk   /slɪp/ us  

slip noun (PIECE OF PAPER)

[C] a small piece of paper: a slip of paper If you want to order a book fill in the green slip.Words meaning small pieces and amountsPaper

slip noun (MISTAKE)

[C] a small mistake: She's made one or two slips - mainly spelling errors - but it's basically well written.Faults and mistakes

slip noun (UNDERWEAR)

[C] a piece of underwear for a woman or girl that is like a dress or skirtUnderwear

slip noun (SMALL)

slip of a sth old-fashioned small and thin, usually because of being young: I knew her when she was a slip of a girl.Describing people who are young

slip noun (ESCAPE)

give sb the slip informal to escape from someone who is following or chasing youRunning away and escaping
(Definition of slip from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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